LeBron James put on a dominating performance last night against the Oklahoma City Thunder. He scored a season-high 44 points and added seven rebounds and six assists for good measure. Two of his most memorable points occurred late in the second quarter. Trailing the Thunder by five points, the Cavs took advantage of an Oklahoma City turnover. James streaked down the court and, despite having two defenders on him, capitalized on the fast break by executing a beautiful reverse two-handed dunk. The Cavs went on to open up a big lead in the second half, thanks in part to a stunning 48-foot shot by Mo Williams. The Cavs won, 102-89.