Cleveland Cavaliers Outclass Toronto Raptors in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals

Cleveland Cavaliers shows no sign of rust in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals after a long 9 days of layoff outclassing their opponent Toronto Raptors in a blown out Game 1, 115-84.

The Cavaliers the only unbeaten team in the post season with 9-0 record. Sweep the first round and second round of the Playoffs against Detroit Piston and Atlanta Hawks.

LeBron James and the Cavs welcome Toronto Raptors in the Quickens Loan Arena in Game 1, The Raptors had a quick start as they take an early lead of 7 points in the 1st quarter 9-2 but then Cavs turn around everything in 2nd quarter as the team heated up and take a commanding 22 point lead at the end of the 1st Half 66-42.

Kyrie Irving and LeBron James, lead the Cavs in the 1st Half, Kyrie shows some dribbling skills that amazed the crowd, while LeBron shows some series of power dunks that gives momentum and energy to the team until the 2nd Half.

 The Cavs Big Three lead by Kyrie Irving scores a game high of 27 points and 5 assist, LeBron James has 24 points and 6 assist while Kevin Love added 14 points and 4 rebounds. The Big Three never return in the 4th quarter due to the big lead establish by the team.

Meanwhile, Toronto Raptors, who played two best of seven series in the first two round of the Playoffs don’t know what hit them in Game 1, they simply outplayed and outcast by the Cavs, Demar DeRozan lead the Raptors with 18 points and 5 assist while Kyle Lowry scores only 8 points in 4 out of 14 shooting.

Game 2 is on Thursday May 19 at Quickens Loan Arena (US Time).