LeBron James Passes Michael Jordan For Another Impressive Mark



LeBron James has racked up quite a strong resume over his first 14 years in the NBA. He has added a few more impressive accolades to his name this postseason. The latest for James came after the Cleveland Cavaliers swept the Toronto Raptors in their Eastern Conference semifinals matchup.

With James being just 32 years old, he will likely to completely move past Michael Jordan. The next big playoff mark that he is nearing involving Jordan is the all-time scoring record that he will likely pass at some point in the Eastern Conference Finals. When all is said and done, James will own several major playoff records that will be extremely difficult to shatter.

James still has several productive seasons ahead of him that will give him the opportunity to rack up many more impressive marks. All of this will make it hard to deny that he is one of the greatest players that the league has ever seen. If he continues on this historic path, he could make a strong argument as the best player of all time.

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