It's the same old story for LeBron James, this will be the seventh straight year LeBron has made it to the Eastern Conference Finals, on all previous six occasions he won the series and headed to the NBA finals. And that will be exactly what King James will be looking to do once again in the year of 2017. The Cleveland Cavaliers are lined up to face the winner of the series between the Boston Celtics and Washington wizards, while in the eyes of many NBA fans, the series winner will give the Cavaliers a different challenge, for LeBron James, that is not the case.

Whether it eventually be the Wizards or the Celtics that end up facing the Cavaliers in over a weeks time, in LeBron's mind, he doesn't care who it is. He has the upmost confidence in both his team and himself heading into any series.

LeBron James chooses between the Celtics and the Wizards

At the end of LeBron James' postgame interview after the Cleveland Cavaliers' 109-102 victory over the Toronto Raptors in game four, he was asked about the next round, and who the preference is for the Cavs. But LeBron's response was very predictable. He said:

"It doesn't matter."

LeBron James focuses his mind on a lot more than who he is facing in the next round.

Right now he would be taking advantage of the rest days to get treatment done, relax, and spend time with his family. But when the back and forth series between the Boston Celtics and the Washington Wizards finally concludes, he will be sure to lock in and focus on his opponents. It is something he does for every series, locks his mind into what needs to be done to win that series.

And that's a huge reason for his playoff success in recent years.

Can the Cavaliers sweep the whole Eastern Conference

The Cleveland Cavaliers have a chance this year to do something that hasn't been done in a very long time, and that's to sweep their first three rounds, going 12-0 heading into the NBA finals. That would be a complete sweep of the Eastern Conference, showing the Cavs true dominance over the conference.

While we don't want to jump to conclusions, as the Celtics and Wizards are both very respectable matchups. The Cavs remain outright favorites in the series, and if they continue to play each game at a high level and perform to their best abilities, with the leadership of LeBron James who is having a career playoff year, the chances of this happening may be somewhat likely. But I guess we will just have to wait and see.