LeBron James revealed his frailty in the Los Angeles Lakers' Game 2 playoff loss to the Denver Nuggets, 108-103.
Early in the second quarter, the Lakers were up by eight points, and James got a free run to the hoop after being picked out by Rui Hachimura in transition.
The Lakers bench stood to their feet as anticipation for a huge King James dunk filled the Ball Arena audience and the eyes of the entire world.
The Lakers bench was in a state of shock when the ball left the four-time MVP's hands and drifted off the court toward the first row, much to the pleasure of the home crowd.
One of several out-of-the-ordinary mistakes committed by the 19-time All-Star in the Game 2 defeat was LeBron missing the easy dunk.
The 38-year-old went ice cold from beyond the arc despite going 9 for 19 for his 22 points. James's postseason struggles from outside the arc continued as he went 0-6 from beyond the arc while adding nine rebounds and 10 assists to his stat line.