After a decisive game 7 at the Quicken Loans Arena yesterday, the Cleveland Cavaliers are moving on to the next series which will begin tomorrow night against the Toronto Raptors at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. The Raptors come into this series led by DeMar DeRozan averaging 26.7 points per game in the first round against the Washington Wizards as his team won the series 4 games to 2.

Meanwhile the Cavaliers are not in the same spot as they have been in before, now basically being led by average players and LeBron James, this team saw trouble in the first round, dropping the first 2 of 3 games before going into game 4 at Indiana. Well, LeBron turned the clock around by winning game 4 and taking the series back here tied 2-2, then winning game 5 on a buzzer beater, and last but not least losing game 6 before winning the winner-take-all game 7 at The Q Sunday afternoon.

The Cavaliers have not gone home before the conference finals since 2014, the year before LeBron James Came Back home as he continues his quest to get back to an 8th consecutive NBA Finals appearance.

 

Hugh Thorp-Co-Founder and President of 216 Sports