LeBron James Full Highlights – 2017 NBA Finals Game 4 – Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers

This Is my reaction to LeBron’s Record-Setting, Historic 9th Finals Triple-Double

With 31 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists LeBron James (9) passed Magic Johnson (8) for most Finals triple-doubles in NBA history as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors 137-116 in Game 4.

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9 thoughts on “LeBron James Full Highlights – 2017 NBA Finals Game 4 – Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers

  1. I think LeBron has already surpassed MJ. LeBron has never lost in the first round, MJ lost 3 times in the first round. LeBron has been able to adapt his game like nobody else before. 4 or 5 years ago, LeBron couldn't shoot a three if his life depended on it, now he can shoot threes very consistently. MJ only made it to the finals 6 times, this is Lebron's 8th trip (7th in a row). Yes I know MJ won all 6 of his finals but I'd rather make it to the finals and lose than get eliminated before the finals. MJ also couldn't guard bigs. He was a SG, nothing else. LeBron can play every position on the floor and be effective. And for me I can't look at MJ as the GOAT the same way as I can look at Gretzky as the GOAT in hockey because MJ just didn't have all the records (not the all time leading scorer, assists, rebounds, steals, etc.) Wayne Gretzky held or shared 63 NHL records when he retired.

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