Cavaliers Beat The Raptors 119-95: Game Recap 2/10/24

February 10, 2024

Andy Billman

Post-Game Recap

3 Notable Notes Around the Victory

1 – Assists

Passing has been the key to this Cav’s hot streak, as they have now won 17 out of the last 18.  Tonight the Cavs 36 assists on 48 made field goals, that is an amazing amount of good passing by Cleveland. 

2 – Road Warriors

The Cavs are now a league-best 17-8 on the road. 

3 – Double-Double

Tonight, the two stars were the frontcourt for the Cavs as Evan Mobley and Jarrett Allen both had double-doubles leading the way in scoring for Cleveland. 

Game Recap

In Saturday night’s game, Jarrett Allen recorded 18 points and 15 rebounds while Evan Mobley contributed 17 points and 11 rebounds, propelling the Cleveland Cavaliers to a resounding 119-95 victory over the Toronto Raptors and extending their winning streak to a season-high nine games.

Donovan Mitchell chipped in 15 points, with Max Strus adding 14, as the Cavaliers continued their dominant run, winning 22 out of their last 26 games and maintaining their NBA-best road record of 17-8.

Caris LeVert and Georges Niang each contributed 13 points to Cleveland’s balanced offense, while Isaac Okoro and Darius Garland added 12 and 11 points respectively.

The Cavaliers’ defensive prowess was evident once again, as they remained undefeated this season when holding opponents below 100 points.

Despite Toronto’s recent success at home against Cleveland, winning 10 of their past 11 meetings, the Raptors couldn’t keep up this time. Scottie Barnes led the Raptors with 24 points, 10 assists, and 10 rebounds, marking his fourth career triple-double and third this season. Gradey Dick and RJ Barrett contributed 14 points apiece, with Immanuel Quickley adding 10.

Newcomers Ochai Agbaji and Kelly Olynyk made their debuts for Toronto, with Olynyk scoring 11 points in 22 minutes and Agbaji adding eight points in 20 minutes.

The game saw Cleveland dominating from early on, leading 67-47 at halftime after a commanding 21-4 run in the second quarter. The Cavaliers maintained their lead throughout, entering the fourth quarter with a 95-73 advantage.

Although Justise Winslow was active for Toronto after signing a 10-day contract, he did not see playing time. Similarly, Mouhamadou Gueye, who also signed a 10-day contract with the Raptors, was not active for the game. Both Winslow and Gueye had previously been with Raptors 905, Toronto’s NBA G League affiliate.

Up Next

Home Versus Philadelphia 76ers on Monday 2/12.

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