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Darius Garland hits go-ahead free throws, Cavaliers beat Toronto Raptors 102-101

Cleveland took its first and only lead on the third-year point guard's decisive free throws. He finished with 21 points and eight assists.

TORONTO, ON — Darius Garland made a pair of free throws with 4.8 seconds remaining, and the Cleveland Cavaliers rallied to beat the Raptors 102-101.

Toronto's winning streak ended at five games. Garland scored 21 points, Jarrett Allen had 16 points and 15 rebounds, and Evan Mobley scored 18 for the Cavs (6-4), who had lost their previous six games at Scotiabank Arena.

OG Anunoby scored 23 points but missed a jump shot in the final seconds that would have won it for the Raptors (6-4) and Scottie Barnes couldn't get the put-back. Toronto led by 15 points early in the third quarter.

Cleveland took its first and only lead on Garland's decisive free throws. The third-year point guard led his team with 21 points and eight assists.

Winners of three in a row and six of their last eight, the Cavaliers will try to keep the momentum going Sunday night at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks.

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