No one expected the Cleveland Cavaliers to have it easy with the Toronto Raptors in the postseason. Sure, the Cavs swept them last season but this year Toronto is the number one seed and the Cavaliers barely beat the Indiana Pacers in the first round. However, after a one-point overtime win on Tuesday night, the Cavs went into Toronto and laid a beating down on the Raptors. After trailing in the first quarter by three and going into halftime at a two-point deficit, the Cavs turned it up in the second half and won by double-digits, 128-110. When asked after the game about the team's performance, Kevin Love had a crazy explanation about the win and his teammate LeBron James.

Kevin Love's crazy explanation

In the press conference after the game, Kevin Love said that LeBron James told him that morning what he was going to do in the game. LeBron watched the tape from the game on Tuesday night and Love said that he saw mismatches in the game. Love then said that James told him that he was going to start to do fadeaway jumpers whenever he faced a mismatch. He said that he would do the fadeaway jumpers over each shoulder, and then he went out in Game 2 and d just that.

"He actually called his shots this morning," Love explained. "That's just one of the examples I could use of how locked in he was."

LeBron James almost had a triple-double -- again. He finished with 43 points, 14 assists and eight rebounds -- seven of them on the defensive side.

When talking about his game, LeBron said that when the teams meet again in this series he will be "as sharp as I was tonight." That is the confidence the Cavs need from their superstar.

The Cavs big win was a team effort

With that said, the Cleveland Cavaliers bit 18-point win was a team effort -- for the second game in a row.

After struggling through the entire first round, the Cavs team seems to be coming around. Even with the controversial call to keep Kevin Love at center and Tristan Thompson on the bench, it ended up working out great for Cleveland.

As a matter of fact, Kevin Love had his best game of the entire playoffs. He scored 31 points with 11 rebounds, two assists, a block and a steal.

It was a dominating performance that the Cleveland Cavaliers have needed all postseason.

According to Kevin Love, the surprising win was not a surprise to them because Game 1 was important and that for Game 2, the Cleveland Cavaliers "flipped the script."

Game 3 heads back to Cleveland as the Cavs try to jump out to a 3-0 lead over the top-ranked Toronto Raptors.