Christmas Day was not a fluke. After Richard Jefferson posterized Klay Thompson, the internet nearly broke. And he’s back at it on Thursday. 

Jefferson, 35, decided a poster dunk was too easy, so he’s now catching alley-oops. In the second quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ game against the Boston Celtics, RJ went back-door on Boston’s Gerald Green and rose up to throw down a perfectly-placed pass by LeBron James.

Cleveland entered the half up 66-59 on the Celtics, and Jefferson scored eight points in ten minutes off the bench. Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving are the Cavs’ scoring leaders with 17 and 15, respectively, and James is slowly chipping away at a triple-double with 11 points, seven rebounds and four assists.

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