D’Angelo Russell recreated iconic LeBron James-Dwyane Wade dunk photo

Back in 2010, when LeBron James took his talents to the Miami Heat, he teamed up with Dwyane Wade to create one of the better superstar tandems in NBA history. In four seasons together, they reached the NBA Finals four times while winning back-to-back world championships in 2012 and 2013.

Early in their time together, they worked together on a fast break versus the Milwaukee Bucks that resulted in an iconic photo. Wade led the break down the middle, and James filled the lane to the right, got the pass and threw down a thunderous dunk while Wade exulted.

Morry Gash shot the photo that became somewhat timeless.

On Friday, the Los Angeles Lakers hosted the Philadelphia 76ers, and D’Angelo Russell looked to recreate that photo during an easy score by James.

The Lakers ended up winning an ugly grind-it-out affair 101-94 to improve to 38-32 on the season. While they’re still in ninth place in the Western Conference, the victory gave them a 1.5-game cushion over the 10th-place Golden State Warriors.

Story originally appeared on LeBron Wire