James was once more the tormentor in chief for Toronto, contributing 29 points, eight rebounds and 11 assists.
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LeBron James led the way as the Cavaliers wrapped up a series sweep with a ruthless demolition of the Toronto Raptors Monday to book their place in the NBA Eastern Conference finals. James, the buzzer-beating hero of Cleveland's epic victory in Game 3 Saturday, scored 29 points as Toronto's bid to avoid the ignominy of a 4-0 series loss ended in a 128-93 pounding. Toronto had entered the playoffs as the No. 1 seed from the Eastern Conference, and were desperate to avoid a third straight series defeat to James and the Cavs after losses in 2016 and 2017 .James was once more the tormentor in chief for Toronto, contributing eight rebounds and 11 assists in addition to his 29 points.Four other Cavaliers starters cracked double digits, with Kevin Love scoring 23 points and Kyle Korver 16 points.J.R. Smith added 15 points while George Hill added 12 .Toronto's miserable night saw DeMar DeRozan ejected in the fourth quarter while Kyle Lowry was restricted to just five points.
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