What will be interesting to see is how both teams look in Game 2. Toronto has a few potential tweaks to make – for instance, how much will Jonas Valanciunas play and will they go small more? – and also needs to steal a game in Cleveland sooner rather than later. As for the Cavs, they played overall well in Game 1, but could be a bit more consistent. In particular, the LeBron-plus-bench minutes could play better. And will Richard Jefferson play at all after sitting the last two games?
Here’s how to watch Game 2:
Who: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors
Where: Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio
When: 7 p.m.
Betting Line: Cleveland favored by 7.5 points
Radio: WTAM 1100 in Cleveland