But the lighthearted interplay often devolves during games. [LeBron] James will shout at Mozgov for a failed defensive assignment, criticize him when a play isn’t executed properly, implore the big man to make every part of his 7-foot-1, 275-pound frame felt by the opposition.
I want to know if this sentence uses proper grammar. I've checked the grammar of "make" in a combination of the subject+verb and subject+past participle. But, according to my dictionary, we can use only "understood" and "heard" as the past participle in that grammatical construction.
So, can we use felt? And does the sentence mean "LeBron want him to overawe opposition player?"
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