After losing Game 4 rather decisively, the Cleveland Cavaliers return to the floor tonight for Game 4 against the Toronto Raptors. The Cavs will be without guard Dahntay Jones after he was suspended one game for striking Raptors center Bismack Biyombo in the groin near the end of Game 3.
For the Cavs, this game is all about bouncing back. Game 3 was their first loss of the 2016 playoffs and also the worst they've played at any point in the playoffs. They looked out of sorts and just lacked the energy they'd played with up until that point. It also didn't help that both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love didn't play well on either end.
That game may be the 'adversity' the Cavs needed to go through after winning their first 10 playoff games. It also makes tonight's game more interesting, as the Raptors could pull even before the series heads back to Cleveland. And if you're the Cavs, a 3-1 series lead is a whole lot better than a 2-2 tie.
If this sounds like something up your alley (which, duh, it is) here's how to watch:
Time: 8:30 p.m.
TV info: ESPN
Enemy Blog: Raptors HQ