Cleveland Cavaliers recently had the biggest win of their season as they blew the Boston Celtics out. LeBron James led his Cavaliers to this big win as they reclaimed the first seed in the conference. With four games left in the season, it is highly unlikely they will lose it, especially considering that only one of those games is against top teams in the East. James' teammate J.R.Smith revealed that LeBron took this game personally, and he single-handedly dismantled Boston.

When the final buzzer sounded off, the Boston Celtics had 91 points while the defending champions had 114.

It became obvious that LeBron James will not let the Cavaliers lose the first seed, and he will do everything in his power to stay at the top.

LeBron James destroyed Boston Celtics

James scored 36 points on only 22 shots from the field, and he added ten rebounds, six assists and two blocks as well. With him on the floor, the Cavaliers outscored the Celtics by 32 points and LeBron James was simply astonishing. The four-time MVP did a little bit of everything and he ended up destroying the Boston Celtics, taking the top seed in the conference and making everyone realize that the Cavaliers still rule the East.

After the game, the Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith was asked if Cleveland took the game personally.

“Yeah,” Smith said. “Of course we did.” The guard then looked at the place where LeBron James sat and said, "He took it personal.”

James has a long history with the Celtics

The last game against the Boston Celtics was just one of many big games LeBron James had against them. Whether he was playing in Miami or in Cleveland, James always dominated the Celtics and some of his biggest games came against them.

In 46 regular-season games against the Boston Celtics, James has averaged 29.6 points, 6.9 rebounds and 6.7 assists per game. His scoring average against Boston is the highest against any NBA team, which is another proof that James brings his best when playing against the Celtics.

James has also done a great job playing against the Boston Celtics in the playoffs and his most notable game came in 2012.

LeBron played for the Miami Heat back then and the Boston Celtics were up 3-2 in the playoff series, with game 6 in Boston. The former Heat played put on a fantastic show, scoring 45 points, grabbing 15 rebounds and dishing out five assists. This was one of the best playoff games of all time, and it is a testament of James' incredible games against the Celtics.