For the past week, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics have been going back and forth trying to stay on top of the Eastern Conference. It just so happens that both teams are playing in their respective arenas (76ers visiting Cleveland and Magic visiting Boston). To earn a title will mean so much to the Boston Celtics fans as they witnessed their own Patriots bring another ring back to the city. But Cleveland isn’t going to back down so easily, considering the fact that LeBron is trying to do what he did back in 2013, become a back-to-back champion. But he understands that there’s a long road ahead of him and he acknowledged that on March 25 after losing to the Wizards, saying, “This has to be one of the most challenging seasons of my career just because of all of the injuries”. Tonight, the city of Cleveland started to see some light again as their home team took care of the 76ers, winning 122 to 105. After that, Cleveland had regained that number one seed but Celtics were not going to settle for being second best as they barely get past Orlando, winning 117-116, taking that position back. LeBron and the Cavaliers go to Boston on April 5 to take on the Celtics, but are unsure if that will be the last time they play each other as the Playoffs approach them.