Los Angeles Lakers’ superstar LeBron James continues to cement his place in NBA Playoff history books. In the recent Game 4 victory against the Golden State Warriors, James achieved another incredible feat, making him the undisputed king of two-pointers. The Lakers’ win in Game 4 secured a 2-2 tie in the series, setting the stage for an intense Game 5 in the bay.
James’ History-Making Shot
James’ long and illustrious career has been marked with several outstanding NBA Playoff achievements. But his record-breaking two-pointer made in Game 4 against the Warriors stands out. With less than three minutes left on the clock, James’ shot over Andrew Wiggins marked his 3,650th two-pointer, surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record. James achieved this milestone in over 260 fewer playoff minutes than Abdul-Jabbar, a testament to his incredible athleticism and resilience.
The Lakers’ Game 4 Triumph
The Lakers’ Game 4 victory over the Warriors was nothing short of a nail-biter. Despite a slow start, the Lakers regrouped, and James’ record-making shot helped give the team a much-needed boost. Although the Warriors led by four points with just under a minute left in the game, untimely turnovers proved costly in the end. The Lakers capitalized, with James’ timely free throws putting them ahead 103-100 with just seconds left, ensuring their victory.
LeBron James’ Legacy and Impact on the NBA
LeBron James continues to inspire basketball enthusiasts worldwide, not just with his skill on the court. From his philanthropic endeavors to his investments in sports teams, James is a force to be reckoned with both on and off the court. His contributions to the game have shaped how basketball is played today, further cementing his place as one of the greats in NBA history.
The Future of the Lakers-Warriors Series
With the series tied 2-2, the Lakers and Warriors head back to California for Game 5. Both teams are fighting hard to move on to the second round of the playoffs. The stakes are high, and fans are ready for another thrilling match-up between James and Stephen Curry. The Lakers will need to bring their A-game, and James will undoubtedly be looking to add even more historic records to his resume.