The Cavaliers led 91-77 with one second to go before the buzzer in the National Basketball Association clash. The Raptors, meanwhile, fell to 48-20.
It appears that Chriss said something to Ibaka while he was on the floor and it was that comment that set the 29-year-old power forward off.
Leonard, averaging 27.1 points going into the game, hasn't appeared in more than two consecutive games since playing in five straight from January 25 through February 5. It's hard to watch the Raptors struggle like this with a team they should beat easily, but ultimately meaningless because this game shouldn't be taken as an indication of anything more than the team's awareness of how little the game meant.
Sexton, who is averaging 17.9 points per game since the All-Star break, impressed throughout the night, finishing with a game-high 28 points (on 10-for-18 shooting), connecting on four of his seven 3-point attempts - tying a career-high in made 3-pointers.
Earlier in the game, Ibaka had hit the court hard in the second quarter after being fouled by Chriss following a rebound.
The Cavs would lead by no less than nine points the rest of the way - extending their edge to as much as 27 points late in the fourth quarter.
Cavaliers coach Larry Drew said he was not surprised the players were ejected.
"I didn't see much of it, to be honest", Nurse said. "We don't certainly want that in the game, right?"
Ibaka and Chriss were ejected for fighting during the Cavaliers' 126-101 victory over the Raptors on Monday night. "That's pretty much the way the game played out".
Raptors: Host the Lakers on Thursday.