Surprise, surprise, Lebron James and the Cavaliers continue their reign of dominance through the eastern conference. 8-0 to start the playoff's after their 109-102 come from behind victory against the Raptors today. King James owns the east, he has for years, so why do people continue to question anything he does before June. Once he's in the NBA Finals it's all fair game, but anything you criticize before that is pure nonsense because it just doesn't matter. The Cavaliers could've finished the season on a 20 game losing streak just sneaking in as an 8 seed and I'd still never question their position as top dog in the east. From now on no more Lebron or Cavaliers hate until the finals, please, you're embarrassing yourself.
The Cavaliers will now rest up for a week waiting for the Wizards-Celtics series to wrap up. With the way that one has gone thus far it looks like it's destined for 7 games, so the Cavaliers will be well rested heading into the conference finals. Meanwhile, Celtics and Wizards are killing each other, making an even easier matchup for the Cavaliers. The Cavs are going to sweep the wounded Celtics or Wizards in the conference finals. Worse case scenario it goes 5 games. Then, it's off to the first meaningful games of the season, and that's when it's going to get really fun.
Lebron James, added to his legacy today, he now has 11 sweeps in best of 7 series, the most of any player ever. That's true dominance, yet no one seems to learn from it because he's continually doubted for regular season bullshit. PLAYOFF LEBRON IS A DIFFERENT LEBRON! Maybe that will help get that through your thick skull. Lebron has also now won 11 straight postseason games dating back to last year and if the Cavs sweep the conference finals they'll be the second team ever to not lose a game before the NBA Finals. The 01' Lakers were the only team to ever pull off this ridiculous feat. Those Lakers were one of the greatest dynasties ever, Lebron will be seeking to join their company on his way to becoming the greatest basketball player ever. Everyone just needs to appreciate what you're witnessing because once he's gone or not at this level of play anymore, you're going to miss it. Love him or hate him, when he's gone the NBA world is going to miss him, so don't take his greatness for granted. Plus, do you really want to see that bitch KD and that twerp Steph Curry win an NBA title? Nah, I didn't think so, that's why it's Lebron or die out here, he's our only hope. Keep doing King things, King.