Irving made a 3-pointer at the horn to end the first half and then turned his game up in the third. His assist to Earl Clark for a dunk gave the Cavs, who were missing starting guard Dion Waiters and several others, a 66-60 lead.
Cavs rookie Sergey Karasev hit two jumpers in the fourth and fed Jermaine Taylor for a dunk to give Cleveland a 91-79 lead. Karasev started for Waiters, out with a bruised hip. Taylor scored 10 in the final period.
The Raptors are headed to Cleveland, where they lost Games 1 and 2 by a combined 50 points, and they know they must improve in order to win Game 5.
As the Celtics approach the NBA draft with a boatload of picks, Danny Ainge expressed his confidence in the team's top picks from last year.
Behind Kevin Durant's 33 points, the Thunder rolled past the Warriors 133-105 to take a 2-1 series lead