Iman Shumpert jams all over the Heat (Video)

NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 07: Iman Shumpert
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 07: Iman Shumpert /

The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Miami Heat by 30 points Friday night, but Iman Shumpert added the exclamation point.

The Cleveland Cavaliers posted a 114-84 victory over the visiting Miami Heat on Friday night. The outcome was never really in doubt as the Cavs cruised to the blowout victory.

Kevin Love paced the Cavs with 28 points, adding 15 boards. LeBron James added 27 points of his own to go along with eight rebounds and eight assists. Kyrie Irving was the third Cavalier to go over the 20-point mark, scoring 23.

Man Shumpert only scored 10 points, but two of them were quite spectacular.

With a little over five minutes left in the fourth quarter, Shumpert received a pass on the right wing and proceeded to do this:

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Tyler Johnson.

After catching the pass, Shumpert immediately spins towards the baseline, leaving Johnson in his wake. He then storms towards the basket, continues under the basket, and finishes with authority on the other side of the rim with a reverse jam.

Tyler Johnson did his best to recover from being put through a spin-cycle, but only succeeded in getting his face all kinds of dunked on. You have feel bad for him as there was little he could have done to prevent what happened.

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Shumpert obviously didn’t feel bad about cramming on Johnson’s cranium. What basketball player does when executing such a great play?

The Cleveland Cavaliers improved their record to 16-5, good for first in the Eastern Conference. The Toronto Raptors are one game behind with a record of 16-7.

This was the forth loss in a row for the struggling Miami Heat. With a record of 7-16, only two teams — the Brooklyn Nets and the Philadelphia 76ers — are below them in the East.

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The Cavaliers are a lock for the playoffs and are a pretty safe bet to secure the top spot in the East. The Heat, on the other hand, will need a fairly big turnaround to even sniff the last playoff spot.