The Cavs traveled to Toronto Saturday, looking for their first three-game win streak of the year.
Cleveland trailed by 11 entering the fourth quarter, but new all-star Kyrie Irving carried the team to a 99-98 win at the Air Canada Centre.
With 39 seconds left in the game, Irving connected on a tough lay up, tying the game at 96.
But Toronto Raptor Jose Calderon made another lay-up to give Toronto back the lead, before Irving again nailed a three-pointer leading to a win for the Cavs.
Irving had 32 points in the game.
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