by a 103-99 score on Wednesday. The Raptors, apparently unburdened by the fact that Canadian Thanksgiving took place six weeks ago, steadied themselves behind Kyle Lowry’s 27 points while holding LeBron James to 6-16 shooting. James looked visibly perturbed several times after his Cavaliers fell short on either end.In a bit of a Thanksgiving Eve surprise, the Toronto Raptors downed the Cleveland Cavaliers
The Cavs, in defense, were playing without starters Timofey Mozgov and Matthew Dellavedova, alongside the typically-missed Kyrie Irving and Iman Shumpert, and coach David Blatt was quick to point out as much after the loss:
"I thought that we got tired for obvious reason," he said. "We are very shorthanded. I thought our guys played hard. I thought we ran out of gas."
LeBron James wasn’t having any of it:
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James was later asked about fatigue and he said, "No, it's not