The Cleveland Cavaliers dropped their second straight game in the Eastern Conference Finals to the Toronto Raptors by a final score of 105-99.
The team struggled to get anything going in Canada. The first half was all Toronto, who led by as many as 18. Luckily, the Wine & Gold rebounded in the second half and almost pulled one out at the end of regulation. They will certainly be able to build off of their second half performance, but a loss is a loss, and we still go back to Cleveland tied 2-2 now.
LeBron James and Kyrie Irving played well. James scored 29, while Irving scored 26. Kevin Love disappeared for the second straight game, shooting just 4/14. Channing Frye has been huge for the Cavaliers in recent games, continuing that in Game 4 with 12 points off of the bench.
DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry combined for 67 points and are the main reasons the Raptors have tied the series up.
Game 5 will be Wednesday at Quicken Loans Arena…which will be a must win for both teams.