Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors
The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Toronto Raptors with the final score of 109-102 and they successfully complete a 4-0 sweep to move into the Eastern Conference Finals this season. The Cavaliers are looking great heading to the next round and can possible reach the NBA Finals again this 2017.
As expected, they depended on their key players such as LeBron James, who led the team by scoring 35 points, with 9 rebounds, 6 assists and a block shot. While their star point Kyrie Irving scored 27 with 5 rebounds, 9 assists and 4 steals for the game. They also got better scoring support from Kyle Korver with 18 points and Channing Frye with 10 points.
The Cavs are now on their 3rd straight Eastern Conference Finals appearance.
As for the Toronto Raptors, they again suffered a 4-0 sweep against the Cavaliers and did not get any chance to win a single game, despite having 2-game home court advantage. Newly acquired Serge Ibaka led the team in scoring with 23 points, DeMar DeRazon added 22 points and point guard Cory Joseph scored with 20 points for the game.
Unfortunately, the Raptors played without their star point guard Kyle Lowry who has an injury.
Scoring by quarters:
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