As one of the best players on planet earth, LeBron James has a way of making his opponents look foolish.
And for Suns forward Jae Crowder, he became the latest victim of "King" James after challenging him to a one-on-one in the middle of the fourth quarter in Game 3.
Naturally, folks on social media weren't very kind to Crowder (who also got ejected from the game), and the moment became a hit within the community.
It should be noted that Crowder recently liked a Tweet suggesting that AD's ring was fake, perhaps because of the impact COVID-19 played last season.
But even at 36-years-old, LeBron James is more than capable of putting his opponents on blast.
In this case, in an important playoff game against the two-seeded Suns, we all knew James wasn't going to back down from a direct challenge by Jae Crowder.
Unfortunately for Jae, it was only another moment that LeBron proved himself to be cut above the usual cloth. He's just built different, and this Lakers team is flying because of it.
In the end, it will be interesting to see how far he can take this squad, and if this amazing moment might only be the tip of the iceberg of what is to come.
It won't be long now until we find out for sure just what James and the Lakers are made of.