LeBron passes Magic to become No. 1 in Finals triple-doubles
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LeBron James has been crowned the new "King of triple-doubles for the NBA Finals."

The Cleveland Cavaliers icon recorded his ninth career Finals triple-double in Friday's 137-116 victory over the Golden State Warriors, moving him past Magic Johnson for the most in NBA history. Nobody else has more than two.

James finished with 31 points, 11 assists, and 10 rebounds in Game 4 to help Cleveland stave off elimination and become the first squad to beat the Warriors this postseason. The 32-year-old is averaging a triple-double in this series.

Johnson, who's now the Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations, took to Twitter to commend James on the feat.

In the same contest, James passed another great in Michael Jordan in Finals scoring, moving up to third all time.

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