The NBA playoffs kept on rolling Friday with two intriguing matchups.

Cleveland players might not think the Raptors present much of a threat, but they still have to play the games.

San Antonio may not be as dominant as years past, as tired legs and injuries continue to pile up. But don't sleep on Gregg Popovich and his group of wily veterans.

Here's what happened during Friday's NBA playoff games.

Cavaliers take 3-0 series lead over Raptors

The Cavaliers rallied in the second half to convincingly beat Toronto 115-94 in Friday's Game 3. After heading into the locker room trailing by three points, Cleveland put a stamp on the Raptors' upset hopes by outscoring them 36-17 in the fourth quarter.

LeBron James led the way with 35 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. Kevin Love finished with 16 points and 13 rebounds, while Kyrie Irving pitched in with 16 points and five rebounds.

The Raptors were forced to play without All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry, who is still nurisng an ankle injury. Cory Joseph started in his place, but scored just four points on 2 of 12 shooting. DeMar DeRozan scored 37 points to led Toronto, but he ultimately didn't receive enough help down the stretch.

Cleveland has been pretty nonchalant about this series, which has caused Raptors players to feel disrespected. This series, which never looked all that competitive from the start, is now virtually over.

Spurs move ahead 2-1 against Rockets

No Tony Parker, no problem for the Spurs. After getting embarrassed Game 1, San Antonio has bounced back with two key wins against the Rockets. Friday night, Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points apiece to lead the Spurs to a 103-92 victory in Houston.

Rookie Dejounte Murray started in place of Parker, but the 6-5 point guard scored just two points in 14 minutes of action. Instead, it was Patty Mills leading the offense with 15 points and five rebounds in 30 minutes. 

James Harden did all he could to help the Rockets, scoring 43 points with five assists, but the team in general shot just 34 percent from the floor, and 31 percent from beyond the arc.

After taking a 21-19 first-quarter lead, Houston trailed by four points at halftime, and could never get past San Antonio's stifling defense. If Houston is going to win this series, someone other than Harden is going to have to step up as a consistent offensive threat.

Saturday's game to watch:

Game 3: Warriors (2-0) at Jazz (0-2) 8:30 p.m. ET — Some Golden State players may be unhappy with Salt Lake City's nightlife, but they should be pleased with their position in the series. Utah has looked overmatched so far, and the Warriors haven't even played their best basketball. There is little suggesting the Cavs and Warriors won't meet up again for a third consecutive time in the Finals.