The Eastern Conference Finals are tied at two games apiece after the Cleveland Cavaliers suffered a 105-99 loss to the Toronto Raptors in Game 4 at the Air Canada Centre on Monday night.

Down by double digits for much of the second and third quarters, the Cavaliers stormed back and took their first lead of the game, 84-83, on a driving layup from small forward LeBron James with 8:20 to play in regulation. The Cavaliers made their first 11 shots of the fourth quarter and traded the lead with the Raptors eight times, but went just one for 10 down the stretch in the loss.

James and point guard Kyrie Irving led the Cavaliers with 29 and 26 points respectively, and reserve forward Channing Frye came off the bench to score 12 of his own, but after hitting four of his first five three-pointers, he missed his last three attempts from long range.

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