Cavaliers vs. Raptors Game 2: Live Stream, Start Time & TV Channel

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Pretty much everybody thought that the Cleveland Cavaliers would just steamroll the Toronto Raptors in this series, and so far, it looks like everybody was right. The Cavs absolutely dominated the Raptors in Game 1, winning 115-84 at the Quicken Loans Arena.

Kyrie Irving lead all scorers with 27 points on 11-17 shooting from the floor, and LeBron James was his usual dominating self. James scored 24 points on 11-13 shooting from the floor while adding 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, and a block. He also threw in a highlight reel dunk for good measure.


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Even though Tuesday’s game was a total disaster for Toronto, it still only counts as one loss. If the Raptors could somehow manage to steal tonight’s game, they’d put themselves in great shape. Things can change in a hurry in a best-of-seven series, so let’s break down all the ways you can watch the Raptors try to get even with the Cavs in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Cavaliers vs. Raptors Game 2 Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details

Date: Thursday, May 19, 2016
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPN
Location: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Spread: Cavaliers -12.5, O/U 198

Cavaliers vs. Raptors Game 2 Live Stream Online Options

Your two best bets for watching Game 2 via a live stream are WatchESPN and Sling TV. If you already have a cable or satellite provider, you can watch the game online at ESPN. You just need your log-in and password information and you’re good to go.

You can also roll with Sling TV for tonight’s game. Their Best of Live TV package costs $20 a month and it includes access to ESPN. If that’s too rich for your blood, you can try out Sling TV with a free 7-day trial.

Cavaliers vs. Raptors Game 2 on Phone, Tablet & Other Devices

If you can’t watch tonight’s game on your TV or computer, the Worldwide Leader has you covered with the WatchESPN app. Click here to browse all the ways you can watch Stephen A. Smith get hilariously videobombed by a Cavaliers dancer.


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Sling TV subscribers can use their Sling TV app to watch tonight’s game on a plethora of options such as phones, tablets, and XBox Ones if you’re not too busy dominating 14-year-olds in FIFA. You can check out their full list of devices here.