Looks like Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving is enjoying the latest miserable stretch of his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers. A video of LeBron James yelling at an assistant coach of the Cavaliers during a timeout in the first half of their 133-99 blowout loss to the Toronto Raptors surfaced online. When Ballgod shared the James’ video on its Instagram account, it got a like from Irving, who, hours before, led the Celtics to a 114-103 win over the Philadelphia 76ers at the O2 Arena in London, England.

The loss was the second straight blowout defeat suffered by the Cavaliers this week. On Monday (Jan. 8), the Cavaliers suffered an embarrassing 127-99 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

It was not the result that the Cavaliers were looking for, especially with the return of Isaiah Thomas to their fold after missing the early part of the season as he recovered from a hip injury that bothered him last year’s playoffs.

Raptors rout Cavaliers

Fred VanVleet led seven Raptors players in double-digits as they cruised to an easy win over their Eastern Conference rivals. VanVleet scored 22 points off the bench on top of four rebounds and four assists, Pascal Siakam and CJ Miles chipped in 16 points each, Jonas Valanciunas had 15 points and 18 boards while Norman Powell scored 14. DeMar DeRozan had 13 points and Jakob Poeltl tallied a double-double with 12 points and 12 boards as the Raptors improved to 29-11. The Raptors made 53-of-106 attempts from the floor for 50 percent and 18-of-42 shots from three-point range.

James scored 26 points on 9-of-16 shooting for the Cavaliers, who dropped to 26-15 after suffering a second straight loss. Jeff Green scored 13 points off the bench, Jae Crowder had 11 points, and Kevin Love added 10 points and nine boards for the Cavaliers [VIDEO]. Thomas finished with just four points on 2-of-15 shooting from the floor while the Cavaliers shot just 34-of-89 from the floor for a measly 38 percent, making just 6-of-26 attempts from beyond the arc for 23 percent.

Celtics edge 76ers

Jaylen Brown scored 21 points while Irving [VIDEO]added 20 points, six rebounds, and seven assists to lead the Celtics to victory over the 76ers. Marcus Morris added 19 points off the bench, Jayson Tatum had 16 points and veteran center Al Horford had 13 points and eight boards as the Celtics improved to 34-10, the best record in the Eastern Conference. JJ Redick led the 76ers with 22 points, Ben Simmons had 16 points, Joel Embiid had a double-double with 15 points and 10 boards, Dario Saric had 14 points, and T.J. McConnell had 12 as the 76ers dropped to 19-20.