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LeBron James Ties Another One Of Michael Jordan's Records

What else does LeBron James have to do to be the official GOAT of basketball?

Last night, the Cavs played the Hornets and LeBron recorded his 866th consecutive game with ten points or more, that ties Michael Jordan’s record.

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LBJ throws down the emphatic oop! With that dunk LeBron James has scored in double figures in 866 consecutive regular season games (since 1/6/07), tying Michael Jordan for the longest double-digit scoring streak in NBA history. #AllForOne https://t.co/sKUWqGmIvu

At 33 years old, LeBron is doing things that no 33-year-old should be doing. He is playing the best basketball of his career and that is saying a LOT.

He finished the game with 41 points, 10 boards and 8 assists as the Cavs cruised to victory in Charlotte. It’s easy to say that LeBron should be talked about more for the MVP trophy, but that’s another story.

The King will be breaking more and more records if he keeps this pace up. It seems like he is just getting better as time goes on.

Who do you think is the GOAT?


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