LeBron Jumps to Second Place All-Time Playoff Scoring

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(LeBron) James made a steal on Toronto’s first possession of Game 2, a night that gave us James surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for second place all-time in playoff scoring. He now trails only “the ghost in Chicago.”

Coincidentally, I’m sure, James decided to do a Michael Jordan impression in Game 2, scoring and defending while accumulating a low (for him) assist total. H

Source: Bud Shaw of The Plain Dealer

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