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FILE - Miami Heat's LeBron James drives at the Toronto Raptors' defence as Heat's Head Coach Erik Spoelstra looks on during first half NBA basketball action in Toronto on in this March 17, 2013 file photo. Jerry West, Wilt Chamberlain and Goodrich were a Big Three to rival what Miami has, the core of a team that racked up routs on the way to an NBA-record 33 straight victories in the 1971-72 season. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young)
FILE - Miami Heat's LeBron James drives at the Toronto Raptors' defence as Heat's Head Coach Erik Spoelstra looks on during first half NBA basketball action in Toronto on in this March 17, 2013 file photo. Jerry West, Wilt Chamberlain and Goodrich were a Big Three to rival what Miami has, the core of a team that racked up routs on the way to an NBA-record 33 straight victories in the 1971-72 season. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young)
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(AP) LeBron James has taken it to Boston's Jason Terry again.


Miami's superstar said Wednesday that he ranks his monster dunk over Terry on Monday night as one of his best, and that it's one of his favorites because of his history with the talkative Celtics guard. James soared and grabbed a lob pass before smashing it over Terry, who was helpless to defend the shot or himself in the lane. After the ball crashed through the rim, James stared at Terry, who was sprawled on the floor.


"It's one of my better ones and the fact that it happened to J.T. makes it even that much sweeter because we all know J.T. talks too much sometimes," James said. "I'm glad it happened to him."


James returned to Cleveland with the Heat, who will try to extend their winning streak to 24 games against the undermanned Cavaliers.


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