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You may have noticed that the NBA playoffs were not very good this year. Too many blowouts. Too much certainty that Cleveland and Golden State would not only win their series, but would win virtually every game along the way to the Finals. 434 more words
LEBRON JAMES has passed Michael Jordan to become the all-time NBA playoffs scorer.
The 32-year-old finished with 35 points in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 135-102 win over the Boston Celtics, clinching the third straight conference title for the Cavs and his seventh straight trip to the NBA Finals. 336 more words
Kevin Love was fantastic in the Eastern Conference Finals, averaging 22.6 points and 12.4 rebounds per game as the Cleveland Cavaliers advanced past the Boston Celtics. 393 more words
LeBron James passed Michael Jordan in career playoff scoring last night. In addition to adding some kindling to the fire that is the Jordan vs. James greatest of all-time debate, that milestone serves as a reminder to the NBA community that James has now lived a long NBA life full of moments that will live forever in NBA history. 1,349 more words