Cleveland Cavaliers won Sunday's game against Toronto Raptors, even though the Raptors put up their best game in the Eastern Conference. With LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Channing Frye and Korver, in the court, it was simply too much for the Raptors and Cavaliers won the Eastern Conference semifinals with 109-102 points.
Sunday's win of Cleveland Cavaliers paved the way for the team to their eight Eastern Conference finals, which will also be LeBron James' seventh consecutive game, LA Times reported. Well, undoubtedly, LeBron James is the king of the court as his presence on the court posed a lot of challenges for the Raptors. And when the court had James along with Kyrie Irving, Channing Frye and Korver, it was just too much for the Raptors to handle and Cavaliers won the Eastern Conference semifinals with 109-102 points.
According to reports from NBA, Dwane Casey, Raptor's coach admitted that beating LeBron James and the others is something which is very difficult, especially because of the ease with which James shoots. And, also because Cavaliers are so much spread across the floor that it takes the opposition's players away from the basket.
Notably, the Raptors gave their best on Sunday, and P.J. Tucker was beside LeBron James defending, but it was not sufficient. And for every run that the Raptors made, the Cavaliers gave their answers and at times it was even from beyond the arc.
But it is worth mentioning that the Cavaliers had a stronger game plan and seeing the strong start of the Raptors, Cavaliers' coach called in Frye a little early, followed by Korver and of course, James. When the Raptors were attempting to fight back, Irving went on a personal. But, Toronto did not have much shooting to compete and neither weapon like Cavaliers. Cleveland Cavaliers' win against Toronto Raptors also earned them a rest of more than a week.