When Iman Shumpert first came into the league, he was known primarily as a high-flier. He’s rounded out his game nicely the past few years and become a solid two-way player for the Cavs. But every now and then he likes to remind the basketball-watching world, as well as hapless opponents, that he still has crazy bounce.
Tyler Johnson learned that lesson the hard way on Friday night during the Cavs-Heat game at The Q. After isolating on Johnson in the corner, Shumpert got the step on him with a crafty spin move, then used the rim for protection as he went up and under for the reverse sledgehammer.