LeBron James Add Another Milestone Of His Career, Placed At # 6 In Most Career Points In A Playoff

LeBron James, a four time NBA MVP, two time NBA Champion, Two Time Finals MVP, and  perhaps will go on to the finals for the fifth straight, if luck is on their side as they try to sweep the Atlanta Hawks on Game 4.

 Another milestone of his career added as James, established another record during this 2015 playoff.
In Game 3 of the best of seven series between Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks  in their Eastern Conference Finals Match. James, drops another triple double, finishing the game with 37 points, 18 rebounds , 13 assist and 3 steal.  James attempt for 37 shots the most of his career.

With 3 minutes remaining in the  3rd quarter, James move past at # 6 in all time career points in a playoff. He, passed former Utah Jazz superstar and a two time NBA MVP Karl Malone.

James also placed him self at second place for most triple double in a playoff. James has now 12 playoff career triple double passing Jason Kid with 11 triple double and now trailing Former Lakers superstar Earvin “Magic” Johnson.

James, also tied, Kareem Abdul Jabbar for most 30 points in a playoff with 75, both James and Jabbar placed at # 3, while Kobe Bryant is # 2 has 88 and Michael Jordan in # 1 has 109 most 30 points in a playoff.

James, also added his 54th most 30 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assist in a post season, during Game 3 against Atlanta Hawks.

As the playoff goes on, James is expected  to add another milestone of his career. Showing another monster game in Game 3, saving the Cavs, from loosing the game in a close and thrilling overtime game.

At age 30, LeBron James is starting to broke and surpass records of past NBA superstar. Little by little James are cutting them down.

While this season is a little bit set back for James, as his stats is a little bit down compare on his previous years, James , is still the best NBA player in today's NBA  basketball.

There are still a lot of work to be done for James, to establish himself as the NBA Greatest Player ever played the game of Basketball.