Best Chase Down Block in NBA Playoff History: LeBron James or Tayshaun Prince?

Who has the best Chase Down Block in the NBA Playoff history? 

Best Chase Down Block in NBA PLayoff

Last game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals, we saw a very tough match between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. One of the highlights of the game was the big block by the King LeBron James to Andre Iguodala who was in fastbreak for a game leading lay-up with 1:52 in the 4th quarter.

Many people said that this was LeBron’s greatest block of his career. Some people also said that this is the greatest block in the NBA Playoffs. But there’s also people who disagreed with this statement.
Some said that Tayshaun Prince’s chase down block was the greatest.

Leading by 2 points in game 2 of the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals, 69 – 67, Detroit Pistons’ Tayshaun Prince chases down Indiana Pacers’ Reggie Miller in fastbreak for a game tying lay-up with 18 seconds left in the 4th quarter. That Block also the Detroit’s 19th Block of the game. The Pistons would go on to win game 2 and eventually the series. Detroit would then defeat the Los Angeles Lakers in 5 games to win their first NBA championship in 14 years. 

Lets take a look and compare two greatest blocks in the NBA Playoffs:

LeBron James Chase Down block on Andre Iguodala

Tayshaun Prince huge block on Reggie Miller

Who do you think has the best block of the NBA Playoffs? LeBron or Tayshaun?