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The Cleveland Cavaliers slaughtered the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night, winning Game 5 116-78. It was a blowout from jump street, as the Cavs had an 18-point lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Not even Kyle Lowry could comprehend how the Raptors got so thoroughly embarrassed.
All three members of the Big Three came to play, and when that happens, Cleveland is almost impossible to beat. LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love combined to score 71 points on 27-44 shooting from the floor and 6-10 shooting from three-point range.
Lowry and Demar DeRozan were the heroes of Toronto’s Game 4 win, but they both had lackluster performances on Wednesday. Lowry scored 13 points on 5-12 shooting from the floor, and DeRozan scored 14 points on 2-8 shooting from the floor.
With Cleveland up 3-2, the series is heading back to Toronto for Game 6. The Raptors have been excellent at home this postseason, going 8-2 at the Air Canada Centre, including winning their last five games north of the border. They’ll have to make it six straight if they aren’t ready to start booking tee times.
Raptors vs. Cavaliers Game 6 Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details
Date: Friday, May 27, 2016
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPN
Location: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
Spread: Cavaliers -6.5, O/U 196.5
Raptors vs. Cavaliers Game 6 Live Stream Online Options
Your two best bets for watching Game 6 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.
Raptors vs. Cavaliers Game 6 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 Richard Jefferson’s geriatric ass finish alley-oops with monster dunks and backboard slaps.
👑 LeBron James with impeccable court vision 👀 lobbing it 🔝 to Richard Jefferson for the 🔨! #PlayOfTheNighthttps://t.co/7iuSF9HrcK
— NBA Canada (@NBACanada) May 26, 2016
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 they’re not too busy dominating 14-year-olds in FIFA. You can check out their full list of compatible devices here.