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LeBron and Wade Borrow a Crazy Choreographed Slam Dunk From Miami Hurricanes

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The Miami Hurricanes basketball team isn't just making waves in the college world. They're inspiring the greatest players in the NBA too.

Miami Heat stars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James were spotted in the stands when the 'Canes took on North Carolina and saw a crazy dunk so sweet they decided to recreate it last night against the Hawks.

Here's Shane Larkin's alley-oop off the backboard that set up an epic Kenny Kadji dunk.

Those are the kind of trick moves you usually see LeBron and Wade themselves pulling off. So, they decided to recreate the same move last night against the Hawks.

It was a move so sweet it even sent the home arena of the opponents into a frenzy, and yes the duo gave credit to the Hurricanes.

[H/T: HuffPo]

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