Lakers’ Star LeBron James Breaks Numerous Records on His Road to Another NBA Finals




The King has been unstoppable this season. If LeBron James was to find a place in the league, he always chooses the NBA Finals as the one. He sat on the court in silence while Lakers celebrated with high intensity after winning Western Conference Finals Game 5 against the Nuggets. At that moment, he knew he had done it yet again, for yet another franchise.

After a tremendous five-game series win, the Lakers have advanced to the NBA Finals for the first time in a decade.

Bron will be making his 10th Finals appearance in the league, becoming only the fourth player with those many. After all the stunning performances, even in the closeout game, Bron didn’t refrain from embarrassing his opponents.

He recorded a triple-double in Conference Finals’ last game against the Nuggets with 38 points, 16 rebounds, and 10 assists.

It was a class performance with absolute resilience from the big man’s end. As the Lakers tread fast ahead, they’re yet to see who’s up against them in the last stretch to the title. Currently, the Eastern Finals series stands at 3-2 in Miami’s favor against the Celtics.

LeBron James addresses the questions after winning the closeout game 5 against Denver Nuggets, moving to the finals
Sep 26, 2020; Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA; Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (23) speaks after defeating the Denver Nuggets game five of the Western Conference Finals of the 2020 NBA Playoffs at AdventHealth Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Records and numbers have flooded in for LeBron this season. The 35-year old has surpassed legends in different categories and isn’t stopping any soon.

Popular opinion stands as LeBron being a great clutch player for years. Well, his closeout games’ record has reached its peak.

“James improved to a 38-10 (.792 win percentage) all-time in closeout games. That is the best record by a player in NBA postseason history (min. 25 games)”.

The list of records broken by LeBron James is becoming an endless affair

Can ‘The King’ grab his fourth championship title this season?

LeBron is averaging a massive 26.7 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 8.9 assists this postseason. He has wiped out teams like never before and it has been a treat to watch him take his team to such a level.

Well, again this time we’ll see LeBron James in the Finals and fans are losing their mind over it. Moreover, also because many believe that he could clinch his fourth championship this time considering how unbeatable the Lakers have emerged.

“James is the first player to reach the Finals with five different head coaches in NBA history,” Via  Elias Sports Bureau

From Cavaliers to Heat to Lakers, it’s been a tremendous journey for LeBron and he looks to continue his dominance in the league with the coming years.