LeBron moves into 2nd on NBA's all-time Finals scoring list
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Only "The Logo" Jerry West stands between LeBron James and being the NBA's all-time leading scorer in The Finals.

With his 20th point in Game 2 against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night at Oracle Arena, the Cleveland Cavaliers megastar passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to claim second place.

Rank Player Points
1 Jerry West 1679
2 LeBron James 1318
3 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1317
4 Michael Jordan 1176
5 Elgin Baylor 1161
6 Bill Russell 1161
7 Sam Jones 1143
8 Tom Heinsohn 1037
9 John Havlicek 1018
10 Magic Johnson 971

(courtesy: Basketball-Reference.com)

The four-time league Most Valuable Player barely missed out on a triple-double in 44 minutes of action, recording 29 points, nine rebounds, and 13 assists on 10-of-20 shooting.

James also dropped a playoff career-high 51 points in an overtime loss in Game 1, becoming just the sixth player to ever hit the 50-point mark in a Finals outing.

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LeBron moves into 2nd on NBA's all-time Finals scoring list
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