The NBA Playoffs is less than two weeks away, but postseason seedings are far from being set. For Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James, he does not seem to be overly concerned about where the Cavs will end up in the standings so long as his team is going to be playing past Apr. 11 – the date of their last regular-season game.

Speaking to reporters during practice prior to a blockbuster home game against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday, LeBron James said that while he does not give too much importance to the playoff seedings in the Eastern Conference, he is still closely observing how the placing of teams is unfolding leading up to the last day of the regular season, per Nikki Goel of ClutchPoints.

Heading into the Raptors game, the Cavs are 47-30 and are sitting on the third spot in the East, which is as high as they could go. The No. 1 and No. 2 spots have already been secured by Toronto and the Boston Celtics, though the top spot is still being contested by those two teams. Depending on how things shake out for the rest of the regular season, Cleveland could fall to as low as sixth place in the conference.

According to, only the Cavs and the Philadelphia 76ers have a shot of getting the No. 3 seed in the East. The Sixers are just half a game behind of the Cavaliers with a 46-30, giving Cleveland a big reason to play all out this late in the 2017-18 campaign.