Hmph. That sucked. Literally nothing went right for the Cavaliers as they fell to the Raptors by a score of 92-77.
Cavs Leaders: Points: Jamison, 19; Rebounds: Varejao, 13; Assists: Irving, 4
The Cavaliers shot 29.6% from the field Wednesday night in Toronto. What else do you want me to say when that happens? When you can't make a single shot, it doesn't really matter what else happens. I've got to give props to the Raptors; they did a phenomenal job protecting the paint. Ed Davis and Amir Johnson, along with virtually every other Toronto player, do a great job collapsing in on the lane when they see penetration. This keeps the Cavs from getting any easy buckets. It was obvious that Cleveland was laboring all night for every single point that they got.
Fun fact: Kyrie Irving is shooting a combined 5 for 25 against the Toronto Raptors so far this season. He'll be happy to get away from these guys.
The Cavs had no answer for Andrea Bargnani. He was all over the place and hit jumpers from everywhere. Bargs scored 31 points on 11-16 shooting. DeMar DeRozan was also ridiculous, scoring 25 points and shooting 5 of 8 from three point land.
Ryan Hollins sucks. I get mad every time he comes into the game. He sucks.
There were no notable performances tonight; I award you no points and may God have mercy on your soul.
Fear The Sword's Player Of The Game
Tonight's POTG honors go to me, for watching this whole thing. It was really tough to watch the Cavs struggle so badly after looking like worldbeaters against the Bobcats one night ago. Seriously, you'd have to give POTG to Antawn Jamison for being the only Cavalier to really come close to being effective on offense. Even still, Jamison scored 19 points on 19 shots. Whatevs.