The best case scenario for Cleveland, simply put, is that their bench performs well. Despite upgrading it countless times throughout the year, their second unit has continued to struggle. This was at full display when the Cavaliers rested their starters in two games against the Boston Celtics -- only to see their bench get dismantled by a star-less squad both times. However, if their second unit can step it up and team chemistry is not an issue, Cleveland should have no problem sweeping in the first round, giving them a nice long break before a likely second-round victory. There, in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Cavaliers will almost certainly have to square off against the top-seeded Hawks for a path to the finals. If SF/PF LeBron James, PF/C Kevin Love, PG Kyrie Irving, and the rest are all on their A-game and lighting it up on offense, Cleveland will be able to squeak by for a trip to the finals. And if that trend continues, the city of Cleveland could see their first professional sports championship in a very long time.