LeBron James is currently having one of the best postseasons of his career and he has carried the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 6-0 start in the playoffs. First, the Cavs swept the Indiana Pacers, and now they are on the pace to do the same to the Toronto Raptors, who have no answer for the King. Demar Derozan, the Raptors guard, has been helpless when it comes to guarding the four-time MVP, and he even offered money to whoever can stop him.

Next game of the series will be played in Toronto, and the Raptors will face off against the Cavaliers on their own home court for the first time this postseason.

Undoubtedly, the home crowd will help, but if the Raptors cannot stop James and rest of the Cavaliers, there might be only two more games in the series.

DeRozan is offering $100 to a potential LeBron stopper

The Raptors suffered two blowout losses in Cleveland and LeBron James did a fantastic job in each of them. On the contrary, DeMar DeRozan had one of the worst performances of his playoff career, scoring only 5 points in 31 minutes. The shooting guard was 2-for-11 in the game and he didn't do a good job on either side of the floor. DeRozan said how it's really bad to lose to the Cavaliers in a blowout, and that the Raptors will have to redeem themselves on Friday night at home.

"Sometimes it's not even about LeBron.

LeBron is going to be LeBron. We got to key out other guys. We can't let Channing Frye go out and get 20 points. We can't let other guys like that get going," DeRozan said. "If you can find somebody to stop LeBron in these moments, I'll give you $100." He understands James' importance on the floor and his impact on the entire team, which makes him virtually unguardable.

DeRozan also credit James for being a great two-way player, praising his ability to find open shooters while also being a great defenders. "He does a great job of protecting the paint and also getting out there to our shooters at the same time."

LeBron James has been astonishing so far in the series

In two games of the series, LeBron has averaged 37.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game.

His assist numbers are lower than in the first round, as he's averaging only 4.0 assists against the Raptors, but he's done a great job on defense with 2.0 steals and 1.5 blocks per game. James has also been insanely good when it comes to shooting efficiency, making 62.2 percent of his shots and 54.5 percent from the long range.

Most importantly, James' amazing stats have translated into wins as the Cleveland Cavaliers hold a 2-0 lead over Toronto. He's been +40 in the series so far, and it will be interesting to see how the Raptors will respond at home.