The Cleveland Cavaliers will be the No. 4 seed as they start their 2018 NBA Playoffs journey in an attempt at another championship. Over the course of the NBA season, they've dealt with chemistry issues, a reboot of their roster, and injury concerns. However, things are now on track for another playoffs quest. With a first-round series against the No. 5 Indiana Pacers arriving this weekend, Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue has given some insight into what sort of rotation and Starting Lineup will be used.

Starting 5 shift?

In a recent ESPN report, Dave McMenamin shed some light on what sort of lineup Lue will employ.

According to McMenamin, LeBron James, Kevin Love, Jeff Green, and George Hill will start, with the fifth spot going to either Rodney Hood or Kyle Korver. It's no surprise that those players will have a major role as the Cavaliers try to stave off elimination in just the first round. Lue has been experimenting with different lineups throughout the season and, despite being sidelined with an illness, has figured out what he thinks will work best against Victor Oladipo and the Pacers.

As far as the overall rotation goes, Lue said that usually a typical rotation in the playoff goes with just nine, but he's planning to go 10-deep this postseason. For comparison's sake, Lue played eight players for more than 15 minutes per game on average during the team's 2017 playoffs run.

Among the players expected to get a good deal of minutes off the bench this postseason will be newcomers Larry Nance Jr., Jordan Clarkson, and Jose Calderon, as well as veteran JR Smith.

Cleveland getting healthy at the right time

The good news for the Cavaliers is that they are expected to be at full health for the first time since they made a huge NBA trade just before this season's deadline.

That trade brought over Clarkson and Nance, Jr. from the L.A. Lakers, as well as Rodney Hood, and journeyman George Hill. All four of those players will look to make a serious impact in the Cavs' latest attempt at a championship run, with LeBron's future as a member of the team hanging in the balance.

With injuries plaguing the Boston Celtics, combined with all of the experience the Cavs have on their roster, it is no surprise that Cleveland is now the favorite to once again win the Eastern Conference title.

Vegas odds makers have the Cavaliers listed as the favorites at +125 to once again capture the East crown. Right behind the Cavs is Toronto at +155, followed by the Philadelphia 76ers at +500. The Boston Celtics, who were once the heavy favorites, are currently at +2000.

The Cleveland Cavaliers will take on the Indiana Pacers in Game 1 of their NBA Playoffs series this coming Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.