Cleveland forward LeBron James sealed his NBA history record with a three-point jump shot, garnering 5,995 pointsagainst Hall of Famer Michael Jordan’s 5,987 points.
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It was during the third quarter of their Thursday game as James worked to win the game against Boston Celtics that would seal their finals seat against Golden State Warriors.
James celebrated his historical moment by raising his index finger to signal number 1.
He then retreated to the backcourt to defend as the game continued.
The 3-point shot eased Cav’s way of winning the game with 32 points lead against Celtics.
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James succeeded with two more three-pointers before the end of the third quarter.
With victory on their side, James sat out the final quarter.
Cavaliers won against the Celtics, 135-102, concluding the best-of-seven series 4-1.
Heading towards the championship, Cleveland will fight against Golden State Warriors for the third time in a row.
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James took 212 post-season games to dominate Jordan’s record, a six-time champion who played 179 playoff games.
The 32-year old basketball superstar aims for a fourth NBA title.
Source: GMA News