CLEVELAND -- It may be Isaiah Thomas' night, but Dwyane Wade and Tristan Thompson just provided fans with one of the most memorable highlights of the evening.
As the third quarter ticked down in the Cleveland Cavaliers' Tuesday night matchup with the Portland Trail Blazers -- Thomas' first game with the Cavs -- Wade drove the line, drawing the attention of the Blazers defense. It was then that the Cleveland guard lobbed the ball into the air, with Thompson slamming it home to complete the alley-oop, giving the Cavs a four-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Cleveland's bench -- which has included Wade, Thompson and for the first time, Thomas, on Tuesday -- has come up big for the Cavs against Portland, scoring 39 points with nine minutes still to play in the fourth quarter. Thomas has come up biggest, scoring 16 points thus far, with Wade adding 13 and Thompson scoring 4.
With nine minutes remaining in the game, the Cavs have extended their lead to 101-91, thanks to a Wade floater, which gave Cleveland its first double-digit advantage of the night.
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