The Cleveland Cavaliers will play the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, a critical game for the ball club as it may decide if they finish with the number one or number two seed. That will all be decided when the Celtics play the Bucks on Wednesday at 8 pm. This will be the final regular-season game for Boston, and if they pull away with the victory, they will secure the number one seed. But the young and tenacious Milwaukee Bucks team may be able to pull out a win, which would give Cleveland the chance to claim the number one seed. The Cavaliers will also be playing on Wednesday at 8 pm; it will be against the Toronto Raptors.

If they can pull out the victory and the Celtics lose, the Cavs will lock up the top seed. But through all this, it doesn't seem that the Cavaliers care too much about that coveted first seed, as they have already decided to sit down their superstar, LeBron James during the final Regular Season game according to Jason Lloyd.

LeBron resting hasn't served well for the Cavs

LeBron James has played in 74 games this season for the Cavaliers, the least amount he has played since the 2014-15 season. This hasn't been due to injuries, however, apart from missing one game with an eye injury, LeBron has rested in the other six games. And with King James not on the floor, Cleveland is 0-7 this season. This is a troubling statistic, showing how valuable LeBron James is for his team, and how troublesome they are without him.

Some would argue, this is a huge reason that the King should be the 2017 NBA MVP.

LeBron's season has been historic

LeBron James will finish the 2016-17 NBA season with an incredible stat line of 26.4 points per game, 8.7 assists per game, 8.6 rebounds per game, 1.2 steals per game and 0.6 blocks per game on an insane 54.8% from the field and 36.3% from downtown.

This season has been historic for many reasons. Not only has he been climbing all-time statistical lists all season long, but the King is averaging career high's in rebounds and assists. No other player in NBA history has averaged career highs in two statistics in their 14th season in the league. LeBron is also averaging career high's in points, rebounds, assists, field goal percentage and three-point percentage since returning to the Cavaliers.

And to top it all off, this is the first time in NBA history a single player has averaged over 25-8-8 while shooting above 54% in a season. Not even Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain or Oscar Robertson have done that.