LeBron James is making it look easy now. James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to a one-sided victory over the Toronto Raptors on Thursday night (May 3). In Game 2 of the second-round series, the Cavs won 128-110, but the game wasn't even as close as the final score might indicate. The first two games both took place in Toronto, as the top-seeded Raptors got to host them for being the best regular-season team in the conference

To put it bluntly, LeBron James gutted the Toronto Raptors in Game 2. He shot 19-of-28 from the field to finish with 43 points, eight rebounds, and 14 assists.

As a team, the Cavs only turned the ball over three times, marking the fewest turnovers a Cleveland team has ever had in a postseason game. Despite playing so well, James was also very humble speaking during the post-game interviews. He stated that the team still has a long way to go and that this is only the ninth postseason game they have played together.

What happened with those expert predictions?

Earlier in the day, the NBA analysts and experts were weighing in on how Game 2 would play out. Some of them stated that the Cavs didn't have much of a shot at winning this game, with Max Kellerman at ESPN stating that their luck was about to run out. Oops. He didn't quite get that prediction right.

Mike Greenberg also missed it, as he stated that the Cavs weren't going to be able to go up 2-0 in the series. It's interesting to note that he was actually rooting for the Cavs, so he won't be too upset about getting this wrong.

After the game, Tim Legler joined Scott Van Pelt to describe what they had just seen. Legler stated that LeBron James just "owned" the Raptors and that this was one of the greatest shooting displays he has seen.

Legler also revealed that he had counted eight fadeaway jumpers that James was able to hit, torching the Raptors every step of the way.

Raptors just a pretender, James too good?

Scott Van Pelt called the Toronto Raptors pretenders after the weak defense they had in Game 2 of the series. After trying to prove how good they were in the regular season, the team has wilted in the postseason.

The easy first-round series win was supposed to be a stepping stone for the Raptors, especially with the first two games at home in Canada. But that's not how this script is going. Instead, James had a triple-double in Game 1 and then scored 43 points to carry the Cavs in Game 2.

It takes four victories to win a seven-game series, but now the Cleveland Cavaliers head home for the next two games. It's possible that the Cavs could end up sweeping the Toronto Raptors and that LeBron James has taken another step toward being one of the greatest players to ever step on a basketball court. Game 3 is Saturday (May 5) at 8:30 PM ET. Is James just too good for the Raptors to stop?