The Cavaliers took care of business and swept the Raptors in four games. The Cavs defeated Raptors 109-102, James led the way he scored 35 points and Kyrie Irving had 27 points which included 11 points in the fourth quarter.
Kyle Korver scored 18 points he scored his most points in this series. The Cavs continue their momentum from deep they went 16 for 41 from 3-point range. This mind-blowing stat provided by John Schuhmann of NBA the Cavs outscored the Toronto Raptors by 102 points (183-81) from 3-point range. That is tied for the biggest 3-point differential in a four-game sweep in the last 20 years which is crazy to put it into perspective.
Serge Ibaka scored 23 points and DeMar DeRozan had 22 points for Toronto. It wasn’t enough as they need better output from DeRozan to put the Cavs. Ibaka needed to play like this a nightly basis to make this series competitive.
Cory Joseph had a great game with 20 points and 12 assists for Toronto. P.J Tucker had 14 points and 12 assists in his first career playoff start. Joseph did a great job despite having to start against one of the best point guards in the league in Kyrie Irving which is a difficult matchup for any guard. Tucker had a great game in his first playoff game but the problem was that Tucker should have been the starter all along in this series.
The media and fans that the Toronto Raptors could possibly beat the Cavs. This series said otherwise as the Raptors couldn’t handle the defending NBA Champions. Yes, despite their first back 50-win seasons for the first time in franchise history. The Raptors have reached the playoffs for the fourth straight year. However once again they couldn’t get it done when it mattered the most.
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All the stats were via the NBA