The Cleveland Cavaliers are predicted to lose Game 2 on May 3 to the Toronto Raptors. These Cavs rumors come from a series of analysts who are stating that the defending Eastern Conference champions are going to come up short against the No. 1 seed. Can LeBron James help elevate his team as he did in Game 1? Or are the Cavs now in trouble of letting the Raptors back in the series?

The Cavs beat the Raptors in Game 1, taking advantage of a triple-double by James. On Thursday, during an episode of his show, Max Kellerman stated that the Cavs got lucky.

He then laid out his prediction for how Game 2 of the series would go, telling his viewers that the Cavs were not going to get lucky again. He went on to state that the Raptors are the better team and aren’t even in a must-win situation yet.

‘Get Up’ weighs in on Game 2

During the early-morning presentation of “Get Up” by ESPN, the hosts also talked at length about the game. Before they got to that point, co-host Jalen Rose spoke about the odds of LeBron James leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Philadelphia 76ers. It was an interesting segment, with Rose giving the situation a 23 percent chance of taking place. Could James make the 76ers a dynasty for years to come?

Later, Mike Greenberg weighed in with his Game 2 prediction.

He stated that “At this time tomorrow, the Raptors will have beaten the Cavaliers decisively in Game 2.” It was a bold statement, revealing that he believes the Raptors learned something during their Game 1 loss that is going to affect how the second game turns out. This is a surprising statement from Greenberg, as he is actively rooting for the Cavs to win this series.

Are Cavs the underdogs now?

As Game 2 between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors gets closer to tipping off, the Las Vegas odds still state that the Raptors are six-and-a-half-point favorites to even the series. That’s a lot of points when it comes to a playoff game, but it underscores a belief that LeBron James can’t possibly post another triple-double for the Cavs.

But maybe he can? He also wasn’t supposed to be able to play all 82 games this season, but he ended up reaching that goal.

James and the Cavs are the clear underdogs against the top-seeded team in the Eastern Conference. The re-constructed roster and the lack of a good supporting cast have placed James in an unfamiliar place. If he finds a way to carry this Cavs team all the way to the NBA Finals again, it will certainly add a new chapter to his already illustrious career. Game time for the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors is 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET on May 3.