Remember when LeBron James was a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers? Nowadays, it may seem like it was forever ago, but once upon a time, LeBron was hooping for the Cavs and throwing down those same gravity-defying alley-oops that we've grown to know and love about The King. Take this slam by James during Game 1 of the 2008 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Washington Wizards. Even though the pass by Daniel Gibson was a little off, 'Bron 'Bron was still able to make up for the errant toss and turn the entire play into something even crazier. 

Coming into the playoffs, the Cavaliers and their fans probably had high hopes after finishing with the second-best record in the Eastern Conference at 45-37. Also, it probably helps having one of the best players in the league in LeBron. The Cavs would go on to beat the Wizards in six games before getting bounced in the following series by the Boston Celtics in seven games. We'll probably be talking about that one a little later. 

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