Boston has been rolling on a fairly surprising hot streak entering the playoffs, and the best case scenario for them is that they simply keep rolling. Of course, they’ll have to roll into a stone wall in a matchup against the star-studded Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round, but if everything works out correctly, Cleveland won’t have such an easy time moving onto the second round. First and foremost, the Celtics’ backcourt, consisting of PG Isaiah Thomas, SG/PG Avery Bradley, PG/SG Marcus Smart, and SG/SF Evan Turner, must continue to carry the bulk of the scoring load. In addition, a relatively weak frontcourt of PF/C Jared Sullinger, C/PF Kelly Olynk, and C/PF Tyler Zeller must at least keep the battle up front competitive against Cleveland’s star duo of PF/C Kevin Love and C Timofey Mozgov. If all that happens, and SF/PF Jae Crowder is able to contain superstar SF/PF LeBron James, Boston pushing the Cavaliers to a seven-game series is not out of the question.