Raptors defeat LeBron & the Cavs on the road, 110-93; improve to 11-2, tied for best record in the NBA

The Toronto Raptors are now tied for the best record in the NBA with a record of 11-2, after earning another quality win this season, this time on the road, beating LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 110-93.
Lou Williams is making an early case for 6th man of The Year! His on court display was incredible. Williams scored a career high, 36 points, last night; making all 15 of his free throw attempts, shooting 9 of 19 from the field (including 9 points from 3 point range). He also collected 4 rebounds, 3 of them on the offensive glass.

DeMar DeRozan bounced back with a fantastic game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists, and played an integral role defensively in limiting LeBron James effectiveness in the 2nd half. Kyle Lowry’s shot wasn’t on to start the game, but he still maintained his role as the floor general dishing out 8 assists, and made his way to the free throw line, making 11 of his 12 attempts, hel…

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LeBron was right: Cavs need time

LeBron James’ realism was met with rolling eyes, but the young Cavaliers are taking time to jell.

      
 

 

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Raptors defeat LeBron & the Cavs on the road, 110-93; improve to 11-2, tied for best record in the NBA

The Toronto Raptors are now tied for the best record in the NBA with a record of 11-2, after earning another quality win this season, this time on the road, beating LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 110-93.
Lou Williams is making an early case for 6th man of The Year! His on court display was incredible. Williams scored a career high, 36 points, last night; making all 15 of his free throw attempts, shooting 9 of 19 from the field (including 9 points from 3 point range). He also collected 4 rebounds, 3 of them on the offensive glass.

DeMar DeRozan bounced back with a fantastic game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists, and played an integral role defensively in limiting LeBron James effectiveness in the 2nd half. Kyle Lowry’s shot wasn’t on to start the game, but he still maintained his role as the floor general dishing out 8 assists, and made his way to the free throw line, making 11 of his 12 attempts, hel…

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LeBron James was right: Cavaliers need more time

LeBron James’ realism was met with rolling eyes, but the young Cavaliers are taking time to jell.

      
 

 

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Raptors defeat LeBron & the Cavs on the road, 110-93; improve to 11-2, tied for best record in the NBA

The Toronto Raptors are now tied for the best record in the NBA with a record of 11-2, after earning another quality win this season, this time on the road, beating LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 110-93.
Lou Williams is making an early case for 6th man of The Year! His on court display was incredible. Williams scored a career high, 36 points, last night; making all 15 of his free throw attempts, shooting 9 of 19 from the field (including 9 points from 3 point range). He also collected 4 rebounds, 3 of them on the offensive glass.

DeMar DeRozan bounced back with a fantastic game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists, and played an integral role defensively in limiting LeBron James effectiveness in the 2nd half. Kyle Lowry’s shot wasn’t on to start the game, but he still maintained his role as the floor general dishing out 8 assists, and made his way to the free throw line, making 11 of his 12 attempts, hel…

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Raptors defeat LeBron & the Cavs on the road, 110-93; improve to 11-2, tied for best record in the NBA

The Toronto Raptors are now tied for the best record in the NBA with a record of 11-2, after earning another quality win this season, this time on the road, beating LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 110-93.
Lou Williams is making an early case for 6th man of The Year! His on court display was incredible. Williams scored a career high, 36 points, last night; making all 15 of his free throw attempts, shooting 9 of 19 from the field (including 9 points from 3 point range). He also collected 4 rebounds, 3 of them on the offensive glass.

DeMar DeRozan bounced back with a fantastic game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists, and played an integral role defensively in limiting LeBron James effectiveness in the 2nd half. Kyle Lowry’s shot wasn’t on to start the game, but he still maintained his role as the floor general dishing out 8 assists, and made his way to the free throw line, making 11 of his 12 attempts, hel…

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LeBron James Says Cavaliers Are ‘Fragile’ After Losing Streak Reaches Four

The first season of LeBron James’ return to Cleveland isn’t going the way he wanted.
The Cavs have stumbled out of the gate, and while things aren’t dire, they aren’t good, either. Cleveland was blown out at home by the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night, the Cavs’ third straight loss, dropping them to 5-7 on the season.
Frustration seems to be setting in for James, who had a pretty negative assessment of the team’s situation following the 17-point loss in Cleveland.
“We’re a very fragile team right now,” James told reporters, according to ESPN.com. “Well we were a fragile team from the beginning. Any little adversity hits us, we just shell up. That’s something that will come with experience.”
Looking back on his first stint with the Cavs — where Cleveland lost the 2011 NBA Finals — James admitted that he’s still optimistic about the future.
“This is not even the lowest it’s going to get for us,” James said. “You guys know, the lowest it can get is up 17 in the fourth qua

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Raptors defeat LeBron & the Cavs on the road, 110-93; improve to 11-2, tied for best record in the NBA

The Toronto Raptors are now tied for the best record in the NBA with a record of 11-2, after earning another quality win this season, this time on the road, beating LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 110-93.
Lou Williams is making an early case for 6th man of The Year! His on court display was incredible. Williams scored a career high, 36 points, last night; making all 15 of his free throw attempts, shooting 9 of 19 from the field (including 9 points from 3 point range). He also collected 4 rebounds, 3 of them on the offensive glass.

DeMar DeRozan bounced back with a fantastic game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists, and played an integral role defensively in limiting LeBron James effectiveness in the 2nd half. Kyle Lowry’s shot wasn’t on to start the game, but he still maintained his role as the floor general dishing out 8 assists, and made his way to the free throw line, making 11 of his 12 attempts, hel…

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Raptors defeat LeBron & the Cavs on the road, 110-93; improve to 11-2, tied for best record in the NBA

The Toronto Raptors are now tied for the best record in the NBA with a record of 11-2, after earning another quality win this season, this time on the road, beating LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 110-93.
Lou Williams is making an early case for 6th man of The Year! His on court display was incredible. Williams scored a career high, 36 points, last night; making all 15 of his free throw attempts, shooting 9 of 19 from the field (including 9 points from 3 point range). He also collected 4 rebounds, 3 of them on the offensive glass.

DeMar DeRozan bounced back with a fantastic game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists, and played an integral role defensively in limiting LeBron James effectiveness in the 2nd half. Kyle Lowry’s shot wasn’t on to start the game, but he still maintained his role as the floor general dishing out 8 assists, and made his way to the free throw line, making 11 of his 12 attempts, hel…

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Raptors defeat LeBron & the Cavs on the road, 110-93; improve to 11-2, tied for best record in the NBA

The Toronto Raptors are now tied for the best record in the NBA with a record of 11-2, after earning another quality win this season, this time on the road, beating LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 110-93.
Lou Williams is making an early case for 6th man of The Year! His on court display was incredible. Williams scored a career high, 36 points, last night; making all 15 of his free throw attempts, shooting 9 of 19 from the field (including 9 points from 3 point range). He also collected 4 rebounds, 3 of them on the offensive glass.

DeMar DeRozan bounced back with a fantastic game, scoring 20 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and dishing out 3 assists, and played an integral role defensively in limiting LeBron James effectiveness in the 2nd half. Kyle Lowry’s shot wasn’t on to start the game, but he still maintained his role as the floor general dishing out 8 assists, and made his way to the free throw line, making 11 of his 12 attempts, hel…

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