Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors Statistical Showdown

The Cleveland Cavaliers (12-32) travel to Toronto to take on the Raptors (16-27) for their second game of a back-to-back. The Cavs are looking to win three games in a row for the first time this season. Both teams are bottom dwellers in the Eastern Conference and are looking to pick up steam heading into the All-Star break.




Points Allowed


Assists Allowed


Rebounds Allowed

Cavaliers 95.5 (19th) 100.5 (24th) 19.7 (27th) 23.5 (28th) 41.5 (21st) 31.2      (T-18th)
Raptors 97.8 (12th) 99.7 (23rd) 22.7   (9th) 22.2 (18th) 39.8 (28th) 31.7 (20th)

Advanced Statistics


Offensive Efficiency

Defensive Efficiency

Cavaliers 99.2 (27th) 106.5 (28th)
Raptors 103.9 (10th) 105.3 (26th)

Four Factors



Free Throw Rate

Turnover Rate

Offensive Rebound Rate

Cavaliers 46.5% (6th) .197 (20th) 13.5 (10th) 29.2 (9th)
Raptors 49.1% (18th) .207 (14th) 12.2 (2nd) 25.2 (21st)

Players to Watch: 

Jan 25, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving (2) attempts a shot in the fourth quarter against the Milwaukee Bucks at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Cavaliers: Kyrie Irving

1. 24.0 – Points Per Game

2. 47.4% – Field Goal Percentage

3. 35.7 – Minutes Per Game

Opponent: DeMar DeRozan

1. 17.3 – Points Per Game

2. 44% – Field Goal Percentage

3. 36.8 – Minutes Per Game

Key Matchup: Kyrie Irving vs. Toronto’s Point Guards

Irving has been on a hot streak over the last 10 games – averaging 26 points per game. Tonight, he will be matched up against Jose Calderon and Kyle Lowry. Both are big contributors at the point guard position and Irving will have to be aware defensively. Combined, the two average over 13 assists per game.

Topics: Cleveland Cavaliers, Jose Calderon, Kyle Lowry, Kyrie Irving

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