LeBron James must have been inspired by Roy Hibbert's idea of using a photo of a monumental block to decorate his man-cave so the Miami Heat star went out and got one for himself.
James' fourth quarter block of big man Tiago Splitter in a 103-84 defeat of the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of the 2013 NBA Finals resembled Hibbert's rejection of Carmelo Anthony in Game 6 of the Pacers-Knicks Eastern Conference semifinals last month.
Hibbert was sent a couple framed photos of his iconic block and made no secret he planned to adorn the walls of his man-cave with the mementos.
James' and Hibbert's blocks are almost identical in composition and end with the same dramatic result — total demoralization of their opponents.
LeBron's posters should be in every Heat fan's man-cave by Game 3 on Tuesday.