The Toronto Raptors were unable to extend their Game 1 winning streak past one game, getting trumped by their grim reaper in the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers, who took a 113-112 win in overtime to make them rally from behind once again.

Expletives were reportedly heard from the home showers, a clear sign of the utter frustration of letting this game get away in front of their home fans, according to Josh Lewenberg of TSN.

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The Cavs were aggressive in the overtime period, quickly jumping into a lead and forcing the Raptors to play catch-up for five minutes. It proved too little too late, as shots from Kyle Korver, J.R. Smith, and Tristan Thompson in the opening three minutes of OT would be all they needed to steal home court advantage.

The Raptors held a 13-point lead in the third quarter, but it was cut to five at the end of the period. While Toronto managed to stay ahead for most of the fourth quarter, the faucet was turned off in the last five minutes, allowing the reigning Eastern Conference champions to carve up a tie after a LeBron James fadeaway jumper with 30 seconds left, sending the game to overtime.

The audible frustration only re-enforces what a huge swing of momentum this has caused and how playing from behind once again, for the third straight year, places the Raptors in a nightmare situation against a team with championship pedigree.