LeBron James passes Michael Jordan for third in Finals scoring history


When you have been the dominant player on teams that have been to the Finals eight times, you are going to be up there in the record books.

With this and-1 bucket early in Game 4, LeBron James moved into third on the NBA Finals all-time scoring list, passing one Michael Jordan (1,176 points).

Jordan took his team to six finals and played in 35 total games. This is LeBron’s 44th NBA Finals game, he is appearing in his seventh straight finals.

The two people still ahead of LeBron? Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1,317) and Jerry West (1,679 points).