Oh, now that's just showing off.
Early in the third quarter of Wednesday's game against the Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith catches the outlet pass from Kyrie Irving off a steal, surging ahead of Archie Goodwin in transition.
But he doesn't take the easy two points himself. Instead, he tosses it up off the glass and lets a pursuing LeBron James do the rest.
Shall we give the backboard an assist?
If that wasn't enough, the Cavs kept finding ways to electrify the crowd.
Irving to Smith to James for the high lob and slam!
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