Feb 092010
 

The two  superstars that met in the Eastern Conference championship appeared in a McDonald’s Super Bowl commercial. Lebron and Dwight were showcased playing a game of H-O-R-S-E using only dunks. This was a great way to bring these stars together for the fans. We can only imagine what a true game of horse would look like. The commercial remake was made popular in the 1990’s with Jordan and Bird playing a famous game of H-O-R-S-E. Who do you think would win in a real game between these two superstars? Dwight must of forgot Lebron’s post game move last year to end the season against the Magic. Or a friendly spot for the Super Bowl can cure all issues. Check out the video and let us know what you think………   Lebron Vs Dwight

Mose

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  4 Responses to “Lebron vs Dwight…Eastern Rivals?”

  1. I think if it was a dunk H-O-R-S-E game that Dwight would win. Not knocking Lebron at all. But Dwight is big and can reach high places than Lebron cant. It would be a classic either way. Lets have this match at All Star Weekend!

  2. If the contest was played on only a 10 foot hoop, no raising it, i think lebron would win a dunk contest against Dwight. Lebron is more creative and can do more things with it, Dwight is all about power dunking, Lebron is more finesse.

  3. Dwight was pretty impressive/creative in his Dunk Contest. Lebron is the best game dunker in the league. I just wonder why he will not enter a contest. Dwight is a power dunker in games but he did some dunks that were jaw droppers in contest. It would be great to watch for the fans.

  4. LeBron would kill him!!

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