Not many people would have predicted that the Cleveland Cavaliers would have started the 09-10 season with an 0-2 record. The Cavs fell to the Raptors tonight for the first time since November 30, 2007. Despite Lebron James' triple-double (23 points, 11 rebounds and 12 assists), the Cavs didn't have an answer for Andrea Bargnani (28 points) and Chris Bosh (21 points), and eventually fell 91-101. Cleveland's main problem was that the team shot poorly as a whole, knocking down shots at a 34.9% clip.
J.J. Hickson played 5 minutes in the game, and scored 1 point (his first point of the season) and grabbed 2 rebounds. The Cavs get another chance at their first win of the season Friday night against the Timberwolves on the road.