The Cleveland Cavaliers took on the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday afternoon at the Barclays Center, and LeBron James was back at it again. James finished with 37 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists, and one steal on 14-19 shooting from the field.

With the Cavs holding a five point cushion over the Nets with just over 40 seconds left in the fourth and the shot clock winding down, James sized up a defending DeMarre Carroll before stepping back and pulling up from about 31 feet for the dagger three-pointer. By the looks of it, James knew it was going in, and began his post-shot pose where he looked around at Nets fans while swinging his arms, touched his nose a la Bruce Lee, and pointed over his shoulder with his thumb as if to say, “time to go home.”

The Cavs have now won five straight games and six of their last seven, but they’ll have a tough task ahead of them with a road trip to Miami to take on the Heat on Tuesday as well as the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday night.