LeBron James passes Michael Jordan for all-time playoff field goals
The Cleveland Cavaliers lost Game 1 of their first round series to the Indiana Pacers, something LeBron James has never done in his career. While the Cavs had a terrible overall game and the Pacers did a terrific job against James and his teammates, James had a solid individual game, finishing with 24 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists, and 1 steal in 46 minutes of action.
With his seventh and final field goal of the game, James surpassed former Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan on the all-time made field goals list in NBA playoff history.
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) April 15, 2018
James now sits by himself in second place on the all-time field goals made list, trailing only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (2,356 made field goals).
Unfortunately for James and the Cavs, they did not start the playoffs on the right note, so James won’t care one bit about this game. He and his team will look to make a lot of adjustments heading into Game 2 on Wednesday night.