LeBron James reminded the Milwaukee Bucks of the perils of defending the paint against the Miami Heat. For better or worse, the team seemed to adjust accordingly.
In the final minute of the first quarter of Miami's blowout win, James brought the ball up the court and used a screen to drive right by his defender. The four-time NBA MVP had a clear path to the basket and a full head of steam. Making a decision he may have later regretted, Milwaukee's Ekpe Udoh tried to stop James. It didn't work. James soared through the air and threw down a one-handed dunk over the 6'10" Bucks forward.
By the time that James drove for another dunk in the final minute of the second quarter, it seemed that Udoh and his teammates had learned their lesson. After driving by his defender at the top of the key, none of the four other Bucks players on the court opted to try and stop him. Instead, they stood James flush a two-handed, double-clutch reverse dunk.