The winner of the Milwaukee Bucks/Toronto Raptors first round N-B-A playoff series will face LeBron James and Cleveland in the next round. James had 33 points, and Kyrie Irving 28 as the Cavaliers swept Indiana four games to none with a 106-102 victory Sunday in Indianapolis — and James is now 12-0 in first round games as the Cavs will get eight days of rest before starting their series against either the Bucks or the Raptors next Monday night in Cleveland. The Bucks are at Toronto tonight (Monday) in Game Five of their best of seven set, which is tied at two games apiece after Milwaukee’s eleven point home loss to the Raptors on Saturday. Both Milwaukee and Toronto have one road victory in the series. Raptors’ coach Dwane Casey says it will be a “chess match” of strategy the rest of the way, while Bucks will coach Jason Kidd says Game Five will be a pivotal contest for a Milwaukee team’s that’s 20-22 on the road including the Bucks’ Game One victory in Canada nine days ago.