LeBron James is one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Some may even say the greatest. I’m not going to get into that debate right now. But regardless of where you think LeBron stands on the G.O.A.T. list, after Game 1 of the NBA Finals, LeBron has officially entered a league of his own.

At some point during the game, James became the only player in NBA history who ranks top 10 in points, rebounds, assists, and wins in NBA postseason history. So despite the Cavaliers losing by 19 points due to a beat down by the Warriors’ bench, King James is still finding ways to make history.

Celtics legend Larry Bird had previously been ranked in the top for points, rebounds, and assists, but LeBron has now passed him in rebounds, knocking Bird out of the top 10.

While the achievement is certainly an impressive one, it’s doubtful that LeBron takes much solace in the feat after losing Game 1. The King has made it very clear that his number one goal is bringing a championship to “the land.” He’ll get another chance on Sunday in Game 2 where he’ll try to tie the series and head back to Cleveland with the series tied 1-1.

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