Points: 27
Rebounds: 11
Assists: 11

This may not have been LeBron’s best game from a scoring standpoint—although he did post a triple-double—but it produced the most memorable moment of his NBA career: “The Block.”

“The Block” has become perhaps the most iconic NBA moment since Michael Jordan’s “Final Shot.” It was with this rejection of Andre Iguodala that James fulfilled his long-standing promise of returning a championship to Cleveland, giving the Cavs their first-ever championship and the city its first major professional sports championship since the Browns in 1964.

After “The Drive,” “The Fumble,” and—yes—“The Decision,” Cleveland fans will gladly take “The Block.”