After a double-digit beatdown in Game 2, the Toronto Raptors looked to return home and bounce back in their best-of-seven game series with Cleveland. Unfortunately for them, LeBron James and the Cavaliers had other plans, as they cruised to yet another big victory. The latest win put the Cavs in the driver's seat to close out the series in Game 4 and remain unbeaten so far in their quest to repeat as NBA Champions. Here's a look at how King James and company got this latest win on the road to move to 7-0 for their NBA Playoffs record.

How the Cavs took Game 3

While Game 2 featured the LeBron and Kyrie show, Game 3 was more about the LeBron and Love show. James led all Cavaliers' players with his 35 points while also adding eight rebounds and seven assists. Love finished his night with a double-double performance, achieving 16 points to go with 13 rebounds. Kyrie Irving also had 16 points on seven-for-21 shooting while also dishing out four assists and grabbing five rebounds on the night.

As a team, the Cleveland Cavs shot 39-for-76 from the floor, good for 51.3 percent. That included hitting three-point shots at a rate of 56.5 percent as the Cavs connected on 13 of them for the game. They also annihilated Toronto in their home arena when it came to the rebounding battle with a staggering 49-25 win.

On the losing side, Toronto received a game-high 37 points from DeMar DeRozan on his 12-for-23 shooting. DeRozan had been quiet in the previous performance but erupted for the high output in his 40 minutes of action. Jonas Valanciunas added 19 points to go with eight rebounds, while Norman Powell had 13 and Serge Ibaka had 12 points.

After that, no Raptors players scored in double-digits.

Kyle Lowry was noticeably absent from the game. The NBA All-Star was a "DNP-Coach's Decision" for Game 3 due to what some reports on Twitter described as an ankle injury. There were also a lot of tweets criticizing the Raptors star for sitting out this game which ended up being another disappointing loss.

With one more defeat, Toronto will be on the sidelines to watch the Cavs continue on.

When do they play next?

There will at least be a Game 4 involving the Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors. That meeting is scheduled for Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time. ABC will televise the game live, while WatchESPN network and mobile apps will have the live streaming feed for cable and satellite subscribers.

If necessary, a Game 5 will take place back in Cleveland. That game is scheduled for Tuesday night at a time "to be determined." TNT is the reported network for game coverage, as of this report.