The Cleveland Cavaliers shocked the NBA and their fans when they took a 3-0 lead over the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night. Going into the second round series, the Cavs had just finished an intense seven-game series against the Indiana Pacers and had a little bit of momentum after a great game seven victory. But not too many people expected this momentum to carry over into a 3-0 series lead for the Cavaliers with game four at home as they go for the sweep.

With two more series’ left in the Eastern Conference playoffs, fans look towards the Eastern Conference Finals and what two teams may compete in the East Finals series.

And the likelihood is that we will be seeing a Celtics-Cavaliers series as they are both leading their respective series 3-0, and history tells us no team has ever come back from being down three games to none. So with that in mind, there is a lot of talk about the probable next round series, and there is some talk seemingly from some players themselves.

Celtics are ready for the King?

After the Boston Celtics took a commanding three to nothing lead over the Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid led Philadelphia 76ers team, they gained a lot of confidence and are already looking towards their next opponent. After the Celtics 101-98 overtime victory over the Sixers in game three, they headed to the locker rooms with one question on their tongues, and that is to do with the King of basketball [VIDEO].

An individual Celtics player, known by fans as the young point guard, Terry Rozier, was the one who called out LeBron James. Rozier has played well in the playoffs so far, averaging 19 points, five rebounds and almost seven assists without the C’s having their two superstars, but he still has no right to call out The Chosen One [VIDEO].

Rookie mistake?

When it comes to playoff basketball, LeBron James is often asked if a little trash talk here and there gives him extra motivation. He always says that he is already as motivated as he is going to get and that comes from his love for the game of basketball, and his duty to go out and perform for his team and city. His duty is not, however, to please opposing teams or their players. Any extra motivation for a man averaging a near 40-point triple-double in a dominating 2018 playoff run, so far, is scary. So, for Terry Rozier and any of the Celtics players who think it’s a good idea to speak of the King’s name in vain, be warned.

The Cavaliers will play the Raptors on Monday night and will look to complete the sweep in front of the Cavalier fans at the Quicken Loans Arena.