MATTHEW Dellavedova helped the Cleveland Cavaliers to a stunning comeback win over the Orlando Magic.
Playing without injured star Kyrie Irving, the Cavs trailed by as many as 10 points in the final quarter and four points with just 13 seconds to go.
The Magic failed to ice the game from the free throw line and the Cavs forced overtime.
The extra five minute period was one-way traffic, with the Cavs going on to win the game 87-81.
Dellavedova's stats of two points, two assists, two steals and one rebound didn't show his influence on the game.
The former Bendigo Braves junior was superb at the defensive end.
The victory snapped Cleveland's six-game losing streak.
The Cavs (11-21) are on the road for Sunday's game against Brooklyn.