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CLEVELAND-Cleveland Cavaliers fought hard the night after their worst loss of the season in Boston but it was not enough as the Cavs fall to the Toronto Raptors 106-95.
Raptors have won eight straight games and currently have the NBA's best record at 20-4. Meanwhile the Cavs have dropped four straight and are now 4-18.
George Hill returned to action and was in the starting lineup, but he was on a minutes restriction with only 19 minutes of game action. Jordan Clarkson and Tristan Thompson both led the way with 18 points. Thompson also had 19 rebounds. Cavs Head Coach Larry Drew talked about the learning stages of some of his players.
Cavs head to Brooklyn Monday night to face the Nets and you can listen to it right here on WTAM 1100 and FM 106.9.