In a 115-93 walloping of the Phoenix Suns inside Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers decided to have some fun.
During the 3rd quarter of the victory, J.R. Smith deflected an errant pass into the direction of Kyrie Irving, who alertly swooped up the ball and tossed it to Smith, initiating a fast break. LeBron James was trailing Smith on the play, and you know the rest. Smith lofted the ball off the backboard, and James came crashing in, finishing with an emphatic two-hand slam. Pretty stuff from the King and his crony.