Challenging LeBron James at the rim is never a good idea. Many (big) men have tried and almost all have failed. It's a high-risk, high-reward proposition.
Unless, of course, you're Draymond Green, who's no taller than 6-foot-7 in shoes and isn't exactly the most athletic player.
One of the iconic moments of the 2015 NBA Finals was when James went up for a left-handed layup against the Warriors in overtime of Game 2, and Green met him at the peak of his jump and swatted his feabile attempt.
It was a microcosm of the Warriors' superiority throughout the series -- no matter how brilliant James was individually, the Warriors always had an answer.
To celebrate the moment, the Warriors' social media coordinator, Julie Phayer, turned a screenshot of the block into a collage made of emojis:
Emojis are a polarizing topic. Some people love them, and a lot of people hate them. What do you think? Does it look good? Is it too much? Are you sick and tired of hearing about emojis?
For those who support the use of emojis, you can make your own emoji collages here.