Damon Jones is a member of the assistant coaching staff for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and his role is to be the shooting coach after a long career of getting buckets as a shooter in the NBA. But at one point in his career, roughly 13 years ago, he was made famous for something quite unfortunate.

In a game between the young and upcoming Cleveland Cavaliers [VIDEO]team and the well pieced together Miami Heat team in February of 2005, one of the great plays in NBA history happened. A young 20-year old LeBron James received a pass on the fastbreak with roughly two minutes left in the third quarter and slammed the basketball through the net over Heat guard Damon Jones.

This cut Miami’s lead to eight points and had everyone in the arena with their hands covering their mouths. But although it's been over a decade since this happened, that didn’t stop King James who clowned around about it on his Twitter on Tuesday night.

LeBron jokes on Twitter

When SLAM Magazine posted a throwback photo of LeBron James [VIDEO] throwing the hammer down on Damon Jones in very high definition quality considering it was 2005, LeBron made sure to retweet it. And doing so, with a fun caption:

Using the ‘ya’ll wanna see a dead body?’ meme, LeBron perfectly clowns his teams shooting coach. Damon Jones and LeBron James are great buddies, however, so this post should not do anything negative to their relationship, they’ve known each other for years and have in fact been teammates for a period of time also.

Teammates in Cleveland

In 2005 Damon Jones signed a four-year $16.1 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers and played with the team till 2008. He was, of course, playing alongside King James who was still a very young player but was still dominating the league as arguably the best player in the league, winning his first MVP in the 2008-09 season.

During their time as teammates, they were effective, and Jones became one of LeBron’s go to snipers to pass for open three-point shots. Jones entered the three-point contest in 2007, after having a great shooting year that season for the Cavaliers. But his stint with Cleveland came to an end in August of 2008 when Jones was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in a three-team, a six-player deal involving the Bucks, the Cavaliers, and the Oklahoma City Thunder. This is the deal in which Mo Williams found himself in Cleveland. Mo then became one of the most well known Cavaliers players of all time over those next few seasons, and his return season in 2015-16.