Cavaliers at Raptors live stream: How to watch online

The Toronto Raptors (14-6) will host the Cleveland Cavaliers (13-5) on Monday night. Here is how to watch this Eastern Conference NBA game online.

There are 11 NBA games on the schedule for Monday, Dec. 5. One of those games will feature the two best teams in the Eastern Conference. The Toronto Raptors (14-6) will host the Cleveland Cavaliers (13-5) for a 7:30 p.m. ET tipoff at Air Canada Center in Toronto.

FOX Sports Ohio will carry the game in the Greater Cleveland area. The Sports Network 2 will have the game in Canada. Since this game will not be nationally televised in the United States, the available live stream can be found on NBA League Pass, which requires a subscription.

Cleveland enters play at 13-5 on the year with the best record in the Eastern Conference by percentage points over the Raptors. The Cavaliers have a 2.5-game lead over the Chicago Bulls (11-8) in the Central Division standings. Cleveland has lost three straight games, has gone 6-4 in its last 10 games, and is 4-3 on the road this season.

Toronto enters play at 14-6 on the year with the second best record in the Eastern Conference, only percentage points behind the Cavaliers. The Raptors have a two-game lead over the Boston Celtics (12-8) in the Atlantic Division standings. Toronto is on fire, winning six straight games. The Raptors have gone 7-3 in their last 10 games and are 8-3 at home this season.

Date: Monday, Dec. 5
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Venue: Air Canada Centre
TV Info: FSOH TSN2
Live Stream: NBA League Pass

According to OddsShark.com, the Raptors will be laying 1.5 points at home to the visiting Cavaliers. The associated moneylines are Toronto -149 and Cleveland +115. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 217 points.

These might be the two best teams in the East, but are both streaking at the moment. Look for the streaks to continue with Toronto winning a tight one on Monday night over Cleveland to be in sole possession of first place in the Eastern Conference.

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