The Cavaliers now have a 3-0 series lead against Toronto
LeBron James' sensational form in the NBA Playoffs has continued with a 35-point haul against Toronto on Friday night.
Cleveland Cavaliers, last year's NBA Champions now lead their Eastern Conference Semi-Finals against the Raptors 3-0. Having won the opening two matches at home, Cleveland traveled north to the Canadian city on Friday night and recorded a 115-94 win.
James top-scored once more for Cleveland, shooting 35 points. In all three games against the Raptors he has hit that points total. The Raptors' DeMar DeRozan scored 37 points, but was unable to overturn a 2-0 deficit.
Game 4 of the series takes place on Sunday night, as Toronto look to lengthen their season. The Cavaliers remain unbeaten in this season's Playoffs having won seven matches in a row.
In the Western Conference Semi-Finals, San Antonio have taken the lead in their series against Houston Rockets for the first time. The Spurs won at home 103-92, to lead the series 2-1.
Despite losing Tony Parker for the season in Game 2, the Spurs duo of LaMarcus Aldridge and Kawhi Leonard scored 26 points each. Houston's James Harden showed why is the one of the two favourites to win the NBA MVP award, scoring half of Houston's total (46 points) in a losing effort.
The two teams play their Game 4 in Houston on Sunday night. The series is guaranteed to last at least five games, and could reach six or seven.
Saturday night sees the Golden State Warriors, the NBA Finals favourites play Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City. The Warriors currently have a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference.