King James goes completely off in Game Five of the Chicago/Cavs series
In a pivotal Game Five and back against the wall, LeBron James locked in and delivered one of the his most memorable Eastern Conference Playoffs performances to date. After struggling to shoot the ball all series, LBJ was 14-24 from the field and scored 38 points and grabbed 12 rebounds while contributing six assists and no turnovers.
James now is tied with the Michael Jordan for the most games (51) in NBA postseason history with at least 30 points, five rebounds and five assists. Not to mention, James has moved ninth in the all-time list for three pointers made and officially moves psst Jason Kidd. Now, LeBron and the Cavaliers are now a game away from the Eastern Conference Finals and will face the winner between the Washington Wizards and Atlanta Hawks.
Drew is a Chicago Bulls fan and roots for his beloved Wizards, but LBJ was a monster yesterday. Talk sports, music and why LBJ is great with him on Twitter @AndrewSomuah