VIDEO: LeBron James Jumps Over John Lucas III For Alley-Oop Dunk From Dwyane Wade

This weekend, LeBron James certainly seems to be re-energized on the floor with the return of friend and fellow superstar Dwyane Wade. Wade had been out two weeks with an ankle injury, but returned on Friday night for the Heat's game against the New York Knicks. He made his presence felt immediately, racing up and down the floor with James to put on a continuous highlight show of alley-oop dunks.

That show carried over to Sunday's showcase game against the Chicago Bulls. Wade connected with James on a few first quarter highlight alley-oops, perhaps none more impressive than a lob to a baseline cutting James who jumped up and over Chicago guard John Lucas III slam it home.

Video of the incredible dunk after the jump.

Via @Jose3030:

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