Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for second place on the NBA's all-time playoff scoring list on Wednesday and now has No. 1 Michael Jordan in his sights.
James moved ahead of Abdul-Jabbar (5,762 points) with his 27th point in a 125-103 Cleveland win over the Toronto Raptors in game two of their best-of-seven playoff series. Jordan heads the list with 5,987 points but James could pass him with an extended run this postseason with the Cavaliers, who are seeking their third consecutive finals appearance.
"When you hear a name like Kareem who has done so many great things, winning championships in the 1980s and how many points he put up. I didn't actually get a chance to watch him growing up but I read about his accomplishments, so it is pretty cool." said James, who finished with 39 points Wednesday.
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