The one thing Toronto has proven throughout these playoffs, without a doubt, is resilient and competitive they are. The Raptors are a relatively young, gritty team that stood tall last night.
Toronto's coaching staff ought to be commended for making a very subtle yet significant adjustment for last night's game that gave the Cavs fits. Toronto's guards picked the ball up in the back court last night, forcing the Cavs to start possessions farther out on the floor and deeper into the shot clock. That disrupted Cleveland's offensive rhythm more than anything.
As is often said in sports and life, you are either 'the hunter or the hunted.' Cleveland played in reaction last night and must turn that around to win Toronto Monday night. Go Cavs!