Tonight marked the fourth game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Toronto Raptors in their playoff series. The defending champions have not lost a game yet during these playoffs. Game 1 of this series would end with a Cleveland victory, 116 to 105. In that game, LeBron James would score thirty-five points, pull down ten rebounds and dish off four assists. Kyle Lowry would put up twenty points, two rebounds and eleven assists. The second game would be a defeat for the Raptors again, as they are handed a 125-103 loss. LeBron James ended with thirty-nine points, six rebounds and four assists. Jonas Valanciunas would settle for twenty-three points and five rebounds. The Cleveland team would win the last game, as well, pulling away with a 115 to 94 win. LeBron James would chalk up thirty-five points, eight rebounds and seven assists. DeMar DeRozan would score thirty-seven points, pull down two rebounds and throw out three assists. The Cleveland Cavaliers would look to complete a 4-0 sweep tonight as they face the Raptors in the Air Canada Centre.
The game would start off right for both teams as the Raptors would shoot fifty-seven percent from the field while the Cavaliers would shoot fifty percent. LeBron James would light the floor up with ten points, including one three-pointer. He would also crash the boards for two defensive rebounds, along with three assists. Kyrie Irving would shoot forty-three percent from the field, only earning six points. Channing Frye would come off the bench to drop five points, earning three of them from beyond the arc. As for the Canada team, Serge Ibaka would chalk up seven points which would hold one three-pointer. Former Suns player, P.J. Tucker, would put up five points which would contain one three-pointer. He would also crash the boards for five rebounds while shooting forty percent from the field. DeMar DeRozan would play for the entire quarter, only to be held to five points. He would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field while dishing off four assists as both teams went into the second quarter with a tied game, 28 to 28. The Ohio team would go on a 33-21 run in the second quarter as Kyle Korver would get hot for sixteen points, earning twelve of them from beyond the arc. James would shoot sixty-seven percent from the field as he is rewarded six points in return. Deron Williams would come off the bench to put up five points, which would include one three-pointer. On the other end of the floor, Cory Joseph would throw up seven points but it was the Cavaliers who walk into halftime with a commanding 61-49 advantage.
The Toronto team would return the favor as they go on a 31 to 24 run in the third period, shooting fifty-five percent from the field as a team, limiting the Cavaliers to forty-three percent. DeRozan would chalk up nine points while shooting sixty percent from the field. He would also give out two assists while Ibaka would also shoot sixty percent, earning himself seven points in return. As for the defending champions, James would keep his team in it as he adds ten more points to his scoring total, including two three-pointers. Irving would contribute with seven points and two assists as the Cavaliers would enter the fourth quarter with a 85-80 lead. The visiting team would finish things off as four-time All-Star, Kyrie Irving, would heat up for eleven points which would hold one three-pointer. Tucker would try to keep his Canada team in it as he knocks down two three-pointers but it was the Cleveland Cavaliers who defeat the Toronto Raptors with a 109 to 102 score, completing the 4-0 series sweep. LeBron James finished with thirty-five points, nine rebounds and six assists. Serge Ibaka would finish with twenty-three points, two rebounds and one assist.