Better Block: Giannis denying Ayton or LeBron’s chasedown on Iguodala in 2016? | First Take

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Better Block: Giannis denying Ayton or LeBron’s chasedown on Iguodala in 2016? | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman react to Giannis Antetokounmpo’s clutch block on Deandre Ayton’s alley-oop in the final minutes of the fourth quarter in Game 4 of the 2021 NBA Finals. The crew also debates whether it was the greatest block in NBA Finals history compared to LeBron James’ chasedown block in the 2016 Finals. Then Stephen A. and Max discuss Chris Paul’s recent struggles.

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