Toronto's Kyle Lowry was stunned by the box score after blowout loss

The Toronto Raptors turned the Eastern Conference Finals into a series worth watching with two cosecutive wins at home, but the Cleveland Cavaliers responded with a dominant performance in Game 5, blowing away Toronto in the opening quarter and cruising to a 116-78 win in a game where four of five Cavs starts played less than 30 minutes. The Cavaliers shot 57 percent from the floor as a team, and Richard Jefferson (11 points) nearly matched the Raptors' top scorer (DeMar DeRozan, 14 points).

Kyle Lowry surveyed the depressing box score after the game and couldn't believe what he saw.