The NBA finals are upon us.
The biggest stories of the summer are in motion.
The buzz around the league is still intense, and fans are still going crazy for the new additions to the league.
But with the playoffs looming, The Huffington, ESPN, and The Big Lead have all done a few things to bring you up to speed on what you didn�t know.
Here are 5 things you didn’t know about the NBA Finals.
The NBA is currently playing in the second round of the playoffs.
This means that there are still a few games left in the regular season.
There are two more playoff games left.
The Celtics and Bulls are the only two teams still in the NBA playoffs.
Boston and Cleveland have each clinched home court advantage in the playoffs with a win.
The Bulls and Celtics are both in the playoff picture at 15-5.
In the first round, the Celtics have the best record, and Cleveland is tied with the Cavs at 10-8.
This is the first time in the series that the Bulls have been tied in the standings since March, when they lost in six games to the Cavs.
In each round, Boston has a chance to sweep the series, while the Bulls are guaranteed to finish the series with a winning record.
In a tiebreaker game, the teams that are tied are allowed to advance to the second-round.
In NBA Finals history, the last series played between the Celtics and the Bulls was the 2008 NBA Finals between the two teams.
The Cavs have been the favorites all season, winning their first 10 games.
In Game 6 of the series between the Bulls and Cavs, LeBron James went down with a knee injury in the first quarter, and the Cavs eventually won the series by a game.
In all, the NBA has played 162 regular-season games and 14 postseason games.
The playoffs are not just a chance for teams to clinch the postseason title.
They are also an opportunity for teams and players to show off their best work in front of fans.
The Cavaliers have won five consecutive NBA Finals, including five straight championships.
In some years, LeBron’s first championship ring would be the first of his career.
The Finals have played out with a total of 4,569 regular-year games played.
LeBron James has a career postseason average of 27.7 points per game.
The two teams that have played in the Finals most often have been Miami and Cleveland.
Miami won 10 straight NBA Finals from 2003-11, while Cleveland won five straight from 2010-11.
LeBron’s career postseason scoring average is now 10.4 points per contest.
The LeBron James-Kevin Love relationship has been the best ever in the history of the NBA.
LeBron has been a superstar for the Cavaliers and Heat since 2011.
In 2018, LeBron won the MVP of the league for the fourth time in his career, and for the third time in two years.
LeBron is the NBA�s most decorated player.
He won five MVP awards, two more than Kobe Bryant and seven more than Shaquille O’Neal.
LeBron leads the NBA in three-point field goals made per game at 29.3 per game, which is second-most in the league behind only Kobe Bryant.
LeBron led the league in three pointers made per contest at 12.6 per game in 2018.
LeBron�s playoff record is tied for second in the entire NBA behind LeBron�, who leads the league with 30.4 per game made three-pointers made.
LeBron scored the most points in the postseason of any player in the past seven years (27.7 per game).
LeBron made 3.3 three-pointer attempts per game last year.
LeBron had 13 assists per game against the Clippers last season.
LeBron was the second player in NBA history to score 50,000 points, 100,000 rebounds and 1,000 blocks.
LeBron averaged 12.1 rebounds per game during the 2017 playoffs.
LeBron finished the 2017-18 regular season with a season-high 41 assists, tying Kevin Durant for most in the franchise history.
LeBron, who led the Cavs to the Finals in three straight seasons, is the second person in NBA postseason history to record 40 assists in the same season (Kevin Durant in 2013).
The 2017 NBA Finals were the most watched NBA Finals in history, averaging over 18 million viewers per game for the first two games.
LeBron took home his first career NBA Championship MVP award in 2018, which came on a game-winner against the Bulls.
LeBron also earned the 2017 NBA Championship Finals MVP