LeBron James Makes History in Game 4 vs. Warriors as He Passed the…
When it comes to the NBA Playoffs, you can almost always bet that somehow LeBron James will find a way to make history. He’s so high in nearly every single category, that some kind of record will be shattered almost every game. It was no different in Game 4 against the Golden State Warriors.
LeBron James has officially passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most two-pointers made in NBA Playoff history.
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LeBron James passes Lakers Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most two-pointers made in playoffs history. pic.twitter.com/Y8uXbehboY
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) May 9, 2023
It’s a crazy stat to think about, but it makes complete sense when looking at LeBron James’ longevity, and also his ability to always get into the paint throughout his career.
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Unfortunately for the Golden State Warriors, that history was made at their expense. It seemed like the Warriors had Game 4 wrapped up with a late four-point lead, but somehow, someway, the team collapsed in almost every way possible. Steph Curry settled for two incredibly difficult jumpers in a one-point game, Draymond Green turned the ball over into nothing, and Steph Curry didn’t call a timeout after the team won a jump ball. It was some kind of divine act of destiny that the Warriors collapsed against the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 4.
Just because the Los Angeles Lakers have won Game 4, doesn’t mean that the series is over yet. Lebron James and Steph Curry both know a thing or two about being down 3-1, and there’s a Game 5 yet to be played in the bay.
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