LeBron ties Magic for career Finals triple-doubles
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With LeBron James pulling down his 10th rebound of Game 2 with 1:33 left in the third quarter, the Cleveland Cavaliers star completed his eighth career Finals triple-double - tying the record for most triple-doubles in NBA Finals history.

James joins Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson in sharing the honor. No other player has more than two triple-doubles in the Finals. With at least two more games in this year's championship series and presumably future trips to the Finals to come, chances are James will claim sole possession of the record before calling it a career.

He'll have his first shot at adding to his tremendous achievement when Game 3 tips off Wednesday.

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LeBron ties Magic for career Finals triple-doubles
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