Oct.25 - SportLand: Coach Tyronn Lue not only returned JR Smith to the Cleveland starting lineup in place of Dwyane Wade, but he also started LeBron James at point guard and Tristan Thompson at center -- with Jae Crowder and Kevin Love filling out the frontcourt -- when the Cavaliers hosted the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night. What could''ve been an awkward benching turned into a smooth transition thanks to the Cavs coach, who got plenty of experience dealing with superstars during his career as a role player. At Dwyane Wade''s request, the Cavaliers will return J.R. Smith to the starting lineup and use the 12-time All-Star with the second unit. James posted a game-high 34 points and 13 assists to lead the Cavs to a 119-112 victory. The dramatic lineup change was motivated by injuries to the Cavs'' Isaiah Thomas, who continues to rehab his right hip, and Derrick Rose, who missed his second straight game with a sprained left ankle, not to mention the Bulls'' lineup featuring 7-footer Robin Lopez. "Just Big Lopez and not having Kevin to bang around and take on that big task tonight, just to start the game," Lue said. "He''s going to play some 5, but not have to play the whole game against Big Lopez."