Sunday's NBA Playoffs 2017 slate brings three games under the spotlight. The first of those games features the Cleveland Cavaliers visiting the Toronto Raptors as the visitors look for another 4-0 playoff sweep. The Cavs opened their latest postseason run with a sweep of the No. 7 seed Indiana Pacers and are now making quick work of the No. 3 seed Raptors. Can Toronto keep the series going with a home win on Sunday or will LeBron James and Cleveland go 8-0 for their playoffs this year? Here's a look at the Cavs vs. Raptors matchup odds as well as game time and how to watch it live.

Game 4 preview

There have been three games so far in this rematch of last year's Eastern Conference Finals and all three games have held a similar result. Cleveland has won each of the matchups by double-digits, something they didn't do against their first-round opponents, the Indiana Pacers. In the most recent win over Toronto for Game 3 at the Air Canada Centre, the home team was without their All-Star Kyle Lowry who has a knee issue. He's listed as "day-to-day" ahead of this "must-win" game for his team at home.

For the postseason, LeBron James has been second on the scoring average list for all players with 34.3 Points Per Game. Only Russell Westbrook, who is now watching the playoffs from home, fared better at 37.4 points per game.

James leads all players in the playoffs in steals with 2.43 on average a game.

As a team, Cleveland is averaging 115.3 points per contest, while opponents get 105.3 on average. That gives the Cavs a differential of plus 10 points on average during this postseason run. Only Golden State is better in that category, with 15.8 points more than their opponents so far in their seven wins.

It's no surprise that the Cavaliers are now on the verge of another sweep and potentially boosting their record to 8-0.

Heading into this fourth game for the best-of-seven series, the Cleveland Cavaliers will be a seven-point favorite to win on the road. The moneyline is currently at -330 for the visitors, and +270 for the home team to stave off elimination.

Sunday's over/under points total is hovering around 213.5 points for the game as of this report.

How to watch live

The Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors Game 4 is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday afternoon. This matchup will be shown on live television by the ABC network and its affiliate stations around the United States. There's live streaming through the ABC website and mobile apps, but it is only available to cable and satellite subscribers in select regions of the country.

There are also live stream feeds for the NBA playoffs game through the WatchESPN network. Cable and satellite subscribers can log in to the website or any of the compatible mobile apps to watch a feed of the Cavs vs. Raptors Game 4 on Sunday.