LeBron James had the opportunity to take the final shot in regulation of Game 4 against the Chicago Bulls Sunday because he demanded it.

Cleveland Cavaliers coach David Blatt initially had LeBron set to inbound the ball for his team with 0.8 seconds left and the game tied at 84, but James told him to change the plan.

“To be honest, the play that was drawn up, I scratched it,” James said after the game. “And I just told coach ‘just, give me the ball. We’re either going to go to overtime or I’m going to win it for us.’ It was that simple.”

Had things unfolded the way Blatt planned, James wouldn’t have taken the shot.