Cavaliers 125, Raptors 103; Cleveland leads series 2-0
LeBron James (39/6/4) shot 10-of-14 from the field and 15-for-21 from the free throw line and passed Kareem-Abdul Jabbar to move into second place in all-time playoff scoring. While Kevin Love (9/7/1) played just 21 minutes, Kyrie Irving (22/0/11) turned in a solid performance for the Cavs. In the loss, Kyle Lowry (20/1/5) led the Raptors in scoring, but DeMar DeRozan (5/3/3) struggled mightily, going 2-for-11 from the floor. Toronto went just 5-for-17 from three while Cleveland went an impressive 18-for-33.
Spurs 121, Rockets 96; Series tied 1-1
The Spurs outscored the Rockets 33-13 in the fourth quarter to pull away and tie up the series. Kawhi Leonard (34/7/8) was sensational, going 13-for-16 shooting on the night to lead the home team. James Harden (13/7/10) struggled mightily from the floor, going just 3-for-17, including 2-of-9 from three. San Antonio out-rebounded Houston 47-to-32 and committed just seven turnovers in the impressive showing.