Probably not, considering the fact that the west still has a shitload of fire power at the top between the Warriors, Thunder, and Spurs (whether or not Tim Duncan returns, they're still good for 50 wins any season as long as Popovich is there), plus Toronto might be one key free agent acquisition away from making next season's ECF a real coinflip. On top of this, they've really gotta figure out Kevin Love in a hurry cuz, unless he was just struggling to recover fully from the concussion, he's barely even a role player at times the way their system works.
It is interesting, though, to see how Lebron's first two seasons back with the Cavs have gone just like they did with the Heat by losing a finals, then winning one. It'd be kinda awesome to see a historical have-not like the Cavs have their own dynasty plus seeing how GOAT debates go if LBJ ends up getting another couple titles. If he miraculously gets to six, MJ worshipers and LBJ critics will desperately cling to the "BUT JAWDIN WUZ UNDEFEATED IN DA FINALZ!!!!" horseshit while they completely ignore how many times he lost in prior playoff rounds compared to LBJ hypothetically winning ten ECFs if he were to eventually get six titles.
Back to the west. It really seems like a three horse race for who'll make it to the finals next year. The Spurs, Thunder, and Warriors all still have to show weakness of some kind before anyone can credibly say any of them aren't a viable contender to come out of the west. I can maybe see the Blazers or Rockets emerging as a fourth contender but I think that's a lot to ask from a team with someone as divisive as Harden and someone as streaky as Howard. Blazers really seem to be poised to be the next man up. The Clippers have the talent to be in the conversation but they really seem to be stuck in neutral and appear very lacking of mental toughness.
In the east the Raptors impressed me a lot with how well they hung with the Cavs. Demar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry are a formidable shooting duo and can really carry them. Any lucky break for them against the Cavs like a bad injury or them acquiring a great third option in free agency could help them sneak into the finals.
The Hornets will be very entertaining too. They really came on strong this past season and could be entering a nice five year window of legit title contention. Hopefully Jeremy Lin blossoms into the player he showed flashes of with the Knicks and then decides to stay there.
Wizards are quite the enigma. They've seemingly been on the cusp of better things for like three years now but keep faltering. This year very likely isn't theirs but if they can at least get to the conference semis it'll do wonders for their future outlook. Otherwise, don't be surprised to see John Wall head for greener pasteurs when the chance comes.
I honestly didn't see enough Celtics games to judge them well enough but they have a young smart coach and seem to be on the upswing. It'd be cool to see more great clashes between them and the Lakers in a few years if D'Angelo Russell can resurrect that dumpster fire.