Toronto Raptors Made History as They Advance in Their First Ever Conference Finals

Toronto Raptors completed the cast of the conference final as they advance in the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history.

The Raptors defeated Miami Heat in a “Do or Die” Game 7, 116-89. Kyle Lowry leads all scorers with 35 points and 9 assist. Demar DeRozan also added 28 points and 8 rebounds.

Game 7, was close from 1st – 3rd quarter but Toronto pull away in the 4th quarter after scoring 30 points against only 11 points by the Heat establishing their biggest lead in the game and never look back.

Toronto Raptors will face the well-rested and undefeated team in the post season LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on May 17, Tuesday (US Time) Game 1, of the Eastern Conference Finals.

2015-2016 Regular Season Match

2 wins and 1 loss is the regular season match-up between Toronto Raptors and the Cavalirss, which favored Toronto.

East Finals Prediction

Despite Toronto beat Cleveland twice in the regular season, Cavaliers is the clear advantage in the East Conference Finals, they are well-rested team, the team are now much more blended team, showing more accuracy in the 3 point area and they have the best player in the world.

The Cavaliers, swept their first two assignment in the post season against Detroit Piston and Atlanta Hawks having the best record in the Playoffs with 8-0. Against Toronto Raptors with 8-6 who already faced two Game 7 in the first two rounds suffering some injury with some key players.

Meanwhile, The West Conference Finals, starts on Monday May 16 (US Time) between the top seeded Golden State Warriors and the #3 seeded Oklahoma City Thunder. Reigning and two time MVP, Stephen Curry is back on his original form and expected to be a great series.