LeBron James has just passed Kareem Abdul-Jabar in the NBA scoring list with his points from today's victory against Toronto Raptors.
James lead the Game 2 win of Cleveland Cavaliers scoring a total of 39 points, 4 assits and 6 rebounds added to his total career points to surpass the 5,762 of Jabar. Now James will just need to earn more points to catch up to Michael Jordan's 5,987. Cavaliers almost dominated every quarter of the game except for the fourth quarter where Raptors tried to step it up before concluding the game, 125-103.
Together with James scoring double digits today are Kyrie Irving, Iman Shumpert and Channing Frye. Cleveland had a great play getting 54 percent in both field goal percentage and three point shots. Jonas Valanciunas took the lead for Raptors today scoring 23 points and 5 rebounds with teammates Cory Joseph scoring 22, Kyle Lowry 20 and Serge Ibaka chipping in 16 but still not enough to win Game 2 against Cavaliers.
Game 3 set on Saturday, May 6 at Toronto Air Canada Centre.