LeBron James has been the best player in this year's playoffs and he's caused a lot of troubles for the Toronto Raptors. Despite playing his 14th season in the NBA, James has showed no signs of slowing down and it very likely that he will reach his seventh straight NBA finals this year. Demar Derozan had a lot of positive things to say about the four-time MVP, as he was simply unstoppable in the series against Toronto.

DeRozan commented about LeBron James' improvement, saying how he is much better and faster than he was last year. He was impressed by James considering that he is 32 years old and that he's played for so long, yet he just keeps getting better, which makes him unstoppable and unguardable.

LeBron led his Cavaliers to another playoff sweep, and the Toronto Raptors simply had no answer for him.

LeBron James has improved

"He seems a lot faster and quicker this year from last year. With that extra hop, step, everything out there on the court. It's incredible for somebody with that amount of mileage on him, to come back seeming faster and quicker," DeMar DeRozan commented about LeBron. James had four 30-point games against the Raptors this postseason and his athleticism definitely helped him a lot with that.

DeRozan is right about LeBron, because he has improved a lot. At the moment, he is having the best playoff run of his career and he keeps dominating his opponents, making it look effortless.

Beside his athleticism, the Cleveland Cavaliers forward has improved his shooting as well, and is making over 56 percent of his shots in the playoffs, as well as 48.6 percent from the long range. It has become clear that LeBron James is not a typical 32-year old player, and it is simply amazing to watch him do all these great things at that age.

DeRozan and Raptors couldn't stop James

Earlier in the series, DeMar DeRozan was offering money to whoever can help him stop LeBron James since the Raptors were helpless against him. LeBron averaged 36.0 points, 8.2 rebounds, 5.2 assists, 1.3 steals and 1 block per game in the series. He also shot 57.3 percent from the field and was unstoppable from beyond the arc, making nearly half of his three-pointers.

James did a little bit of everything against the Raptors as he needed only four games to knock them out of the playoffs. This will be ninth time in the last 11 seasons that James qualified to the conference finals, and his opponent there will be either the Boston Celtics or the Washington Wizards. Considering that the Cavaliers had two straight playoff sweeps, their next game could be in more than two weeks.