For the second year in a row, Cleveland swept Toronto in the playoffs running away with a 128-93 victory in Game 4 on Monday. The Cavaliers have now knocked off Toronto three years straight, starting with a 4-2 win in the 2016 Eastern Conference Finals. The Cavaliers offense came out firing on all cylinders, shooting 46.2% from three and 59.5% shooting overall. LeBron James led the way (29 points, 11 assists, 8 rebounds), with a squad of impressive shooting support from J.R. Smith, Kevin Love, Kyle Korver and George Hill, shooting a combined 25 for 35.
DeMar DeRozan’s season ended slightly earlier than the Raptors when he was ejected on a flagrant-2 foul with seconds remaining in the third quarter after hitting Cavaliers point guard Jordan Clarkson in the head while attempting to stop Clarkson’s layup.

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With another disappointing ending to the Toronto Raptors NBA finals hopes will we see a roster change? A coaching change? The organization will have to evaluate and make some decisions this off season.

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