On Thursday night, the Cavs beat the Celtics 135-102 to punch a ticket to their third straight NBA Finals.
LeBron James racked up 35 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and three steals in 35 minutes.
After the win, he was asked about the challenge of facing the Warriors.
"I'm gonna be honest -- I'm not in the right mind to even talk about Golden State," LeBron told reporters. "It's too stressful and I'm not stressed right now. I'm very happy about our accomplishment ... they've been the best team in our league the last three years and then they added an MVP.
"That's all I can get you right now because I'm happy and I don't want to be stressed."
On Christmas Day, the Cavs erased a 14-point fourth quarter deficit and Kyrie Irving hit the game-winner with 3.4 seconds remaining.
On MLK Day, Golden State jumped on the Cavs early -- leading 37-22 at the end of the first quarter and 78-49 at the half -- en route to a 126-91 victory.
For the first time in NBA history, the same two teams are facing off in the Finals for the third straight year.
Cleveland boasts a postsesaon record of 12-1.
Golden State is the only team ever to enter the Finals with a record of 12-0.
"They cause a lot of stress," LeBron added. "And I'll get to that point when we start to prepare for them."
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller