By Elijah Price
After game one of the Eastern Conference finals the Cleveland Cavaliers seem like too much for the Toronto Raptors. In the first game the Cavaliers dominated the game, beating the Raptors 115-84 in the series opener. “It’s one game” says Raptors coach Dwayne Casey, “the series is not over by any means.” Throughout the playoffs have been a very big challenge for each team, beating each team by an average of 12.8 points per game. LeBron James lead the way in scoring with 24 points shooting eleven of thirteen, along with Kyrie Irving who made eleven of seventeen shots. Combined just those two players were twentytwo for thirty. Originally, the Cavs have seemed to be a three point shooting kind of team, but after last night’s game, they definitely proved that notion wrong. The Cavs made twentyeight of thirtyeight shots in the paint (73.1%) which is 17.2% points better than the league score average. The Cavs took what they could get, and this time it wasn’t 3‘s. Toronto needs to step up their defense if they want any chance of beating Cleveland, because after that game Cleveland made the Raptors look like a JV team playing a Varsity team.