Despite losing to the Golden State Warriors in Game 2, Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James played spectacular basketball and made history in the process.
With a final stat line of 29 points, 14 assists, and 11 rebounds James' triple-double tied him with Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson for the most all-time.
After the game Johnson tweeted:
Awesome to share the most triple doubles in NBA Finals history with the future HOF LeBron James].
James and Johnson currently both have eight triple-doubles.
James, who has at least two more games this postseason, hopefully more, can possibly pass Johnson and hold the #1 spot all by himself.