LeBron James had another fantastic game as he led his Cleveland Cavaliers to their third straight NBA finals. The Cavaliers forward scored 35 points in what turned out to be another blowout victory for the Cavaliers. Not only did his team advance to the final stage of the competition, but James also set an amazing record for himself, becoming the greatest scorer in NBA playoffs history.

Cleveland Cavaliers will face off against the Golden State Warriors once again. Despite his amazing postseason and only one loss so far in it, the four-time MVP admits that thinking about the Warriors is stressful and he's trying to enjoy what he's achieved so far instead of being stressed.

There is no doubt that the 2016/17 Warriors are one of the toughest teams of all time, so it's not a surprise that LeBron finds it stressful to think about them.

Will this stress affect LeBron?

The first game of this year's NBA finals will be played on June 1 and the Cavaliers will have plenty of time to rest by then. However, LeBron's recent comments about the Warriors indicate that he might be intimidated by them. Hopefully, this stress will not negatively affect James, who is still the best player in the league and the Cavaliers simply cannot do well without him.

"I'm going to be honest, I'm not in the right mind to even talk about Golden State. It's too stressful, and I'm not stressed right now.

I'm very happy about our accomplishment. Golden State, they've been the best team in our league for the last three years, and then they added an MVP (Kevin Durant). That's all I can give you right now, because I'm happy and I don't want to be stressed," said the Cavaliers forward, per ESPN's Brian Windhorst.

The Warriors are looking for revenge

Golden State Warriors were just a victory away from winning their second straight championship last year as they had a 3-1 lead in the series. However, the Cavaliers did something no team had ever done before them, which is coming back from such a large deficit in the finals and winning the series.

Ever since then, they've been furious and eager to avenge that finals loss.

By signing Kevin Durant last summer, the Warriors became even better and they once again finished the regular season with the best record in the league. What is even more impressive is the fact that they have swept all of their opponents so far in the playoffs and they are entering the finals with a 12-0 postseason record. LeBron James understands that this will be one of the toughest challenges of his career, but he also knows that his team is capable of taking the Warriors down once again.

Whether the Warriors avenge their loss or the Cavaliers defend the title, there is no doubt that the NBA fans will enjoy a very competitive series between two best teams in the league.