The Toronto Raptors better step it up big time or risk getting blown out of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals in the third game of the series by the Cleveland Cavaliers. You won’t want to miss a second and we’re got your live stream right here!
The Cleveland Cavaliers are blazing hot as the series moves to Toronto May 21, so hopefully the Raptors home court advantage will make them step things up a bit. We’re sure Drake will be front and center to cheer on his hometown team to maybe a little bit of Drizzy love can help them rally against a totally dominant LeBron James and the Cavs. Keep reading for all the details of how you can watch the big game go down at 8:30pm EST via Live Stream!
Cleveland heads into the game with a flawless 10-0 record in the NBA playoffs, and their superstar LeBron has absolutely been on fire through this series. In game two on May 18, he became the fourth highest scoring player in league history — surpassing the great Shaquille O’Neal — in most points scored by a player in the NBA playoffs, when he and the Cavs blew out Toronto by nearly 20 points in a crushing 108-89 win. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE CLEVELAND VS. TORONTO LIVE STREAM.
This game is literally a must-win for Toronto as the only way they could advance to the finals is if they have a clean sweep of their next four games and the likelihood of that is almost nil. They just don’t have the juice to rally with that many wins — even with Drizzy’s courtside support — and there’s no way LeBron will be denied another shot at a chance at bringing Cleveland an NBA Championship. Stream Drake’s music, completely unlimited and ad-free, RIGHT HERE.
It seems like it’s all but a foregone conclusion that we’re going to see a repeat of the 2015 NBA finals where the Cavs squared off against the mighty Stephen Curry and his Golden State Warriors. The team is coming off the best record in NBA history and Steph just received his second straight NBA MVP Award so this will definitely be a match-up for the ages when he and LeBron meet again!
HollywoodLifers, do you think we’ll see another Cavs/Warriors matchup NBA finals?