King James has another throne.
LeBron James surpassed Michael Jordan for the top spot on the NBA’s all-time play-off scoring list, scoring 35 points against Boston on Thursday night to reach 5,995 in his career.
Jordan scored 5,987 in his postseason career in 179 games from 1985-2003.
James played in his 212th career postseason game on Thursday night, when the Cavaliers beat the Celtics 135-102 in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals to advance to the NBA Finals.
The Cavaliers star came into the game needing 28 points for the record and hit a 3—pointer in the third quarter against the Celtics to break it.
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