One of the most anticipated games of the regular season went down on Wednesday night as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics faced off in the fight for the number one seed. Before the game started, both teams were tied at first place in the Eastern Conference standings at 50-27. But as soon as the highly viewed game started, it all seemed to go Cleveland's way. The Cavs led by 15 points heading into halftime led by LeBron James who had scored 19 points. And from there the Celtics just couldn't catch up with the firepower of the defending NBA champions, losing with a final score of 114-91.

King James led the Cavaliers to the victory scoring 36 points on 14-22 shooting to go along with 10 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2 emphatic blocks. In a surprise, Boston guard Avery Bradley talked about how the King tore his team apart.

Avery Bradley talks about LeBron's brilliance against his team

Avery Bradley let the reporters know his frustration and appreciation for what LeBron James was able to do against the Boston Celtics at the TD Garden. Avery stated:

"He saw something that we couldn't figure out. That's why he's LeBron James. He saw that he wanted to get Isaiah in pick-and-roll. He knew what guy he wanted to get in pick-and-roll so he could expose our defense. As a team you have to cover each other, you have to talk and you have to have each other's back.

And we didn't do that tonight"

Bradley's comment makes a clear indication that The Chosen One pretty much single handedly destroyed the C's. They could not handle him on the defensive end, and also struggled to finish at the rim around the King and his teammates. Not to mention their struggles from the three-point line, shooting an abysmal 21.2% due to a 7-33 shooting performance.

Is this a worry for the Celtics?

The Celtics are looking to make a deep playoff run after having their best season since the breakup of the Big 4 (Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo and Ray Allen). But this playoff run looks in jeopardy with the brilliant performance of King James, showing what he is capable of if matched up against Boston in a series.

The amazing depth of the Cavs roster, and with the superstar abilities of Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and LeBron James. This team looks like definitive favorites to head to the NBA finals representing the Eastern Conference for the third year in a row.