LeBron James has scored more points, corralled more rebounds than those he accumulated in Game 5 against the Bulls Tuesday night.
James has connected on more crucial shots – that buzzer beater from Game 4, anyone? – and his teams have won bigger games. He’s a two-time NBA champ and played in five Finals, after all.
And yet, the 38-point, 12-rebound performance James posted in the Cavaliers’ 106-101 win over the Bulls ranks among the all-time great postseason performances in James’ illustrious career.
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