Last off-season LeBron spent time working on the Dream Shake to further enhance his post game.
The results were his first NBA Championship and some weight off his shoulders.
Fresh off an Olympic Gold Medal, Bron now has his sights set on developing the most unstoppable move in NBA history.
The Heat Index is reporting that James will now feature the skyhook.
“This time around, the Miami Heat star forward is implementing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s patented skyhook….
James vows to add the traditional hook shot to his game, and he could test it out when the Heat play a pair of exhibition games this week in China against the Los Angeles Clippers. (Heat assistant coach Bob) McAdoo proudly acknowledges that James is continuing to build a foundation of post moves that took root two summers ago in Houston with (Hakeem) Olajuwon.”
“If I had to make one move to get a basket, it would probably start with me out top, with a right-to-left crossover facing up,” James said. “Then, I’d just have to see where that takes me. I’m trying to work on a couple from the post, though. So we’ll see how that goes, too.”
well it’s not the prettiest move in basketball, but if James at 6’8 280 can get off a sky hook from either block, hell be unstoppable.