The Kings have a chance to win it all, too, thanks to an 11-2 start to the season and an unexpected injury to superstar Rudy Gay.
The Kings are 8-0 and just the second team in NBA history to go 10-0 before a playoff appearance.
Los Angeles has won four straight, and its 11-game winning streak is its longest since beating Detroit in 2013.
That was the longest streak since Boston did it in 1999-2000.
The Kings are one of the few teams to play in three straight NBA Finals.
They also beat Cleveland in Game 1 of the 2011 Finals, which was the second time they have met.
Losers of four straight games, the Kings will need to rebound from their loss Sunday against the Miami Heat to avoid the elimination rounds.
They’ve lost six of seven.
They’re one game ahead of Indiana for the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference and five games behind Denver for the second seed in that conference.