The Raptors, who hold the best record in the Eastern Conference, had a lead of 14 in the 3rd, and even lead by 10 with 8 minutes left in the game. The Cavaliers defense helped get them back into the game, holding the Raptors to 13 4th-quarter points. James had 10 4th-quarter points himself to lead the comeback, including a 3-pointer to tie Mark Price for the franchise record for 3's with 802.
The Cavaliers last loss came on November 22nd to the same Toronto team 110-93 in Cleveland. Tuesday's game was the 3rd time these 2 teams have faced in the past 18 days, including a 105-91 win at Toronto on Friday for the Cavs.
Matthew Dellavedova, who recently missed 15 games with a knee injury, held Kyle Lowry to just 2 4th-quarter points. Lowry finished with 16 on the night.
Dion Waiters had 18 points off the bench for Cleveland, while Kevin Love added 17 in the win. The Raptors were lead by Jonas Valanciunas and Terrence Ross, who each had 18. The Raptors had won 39 straight games when leading after 3 quarters.
Cleveland will take their 13-7 record to Oklahoma City for a showdown against Kevin Durant and the Thunder on Thursday. Meanwhile, the Raptors take their conference-best 16-6 record back home to host the Indiana Pacers on Friday.