Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade looked sharp against his former teammate LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night.
On the offensive end, Wade made an amazing behind-the-back pass to Goran Dragic, which saved a loose ball from going out of bounds. The pass perfectly split Cavs defenders J.R. Smith and LeBron James.
Wade also scored on a sweet reverse layup after blowing past Kyrie Irving.
Wade finished the game with 32 points and 5 steals, as the Heat defeated LeBron and the Cavaliers 106-92.
Of Wade’s dazzling performance, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra told ESPN, “He was vintage!”
The win moved the Heat back into the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
The Heat are now 2-1 against the Cavs this season. They are scheduled to play each other again on April 2 in Cleveland.