OAKLAND - Lost in the numerous narratives of the Cleveland Cavaliers' Game 2 loss Sunday, LeBron James met another career milestone.
James' triple-double was the eighth of his Finals career, tying him with Magic Johnson for the most all-time.
James scores 29 points and added 14 assists and 11 rebounds during the Cavaliers' 132-113 loss to Golden State, dropping Cleveland to 0-2 in the series.
Here's what Johnson had to say about James' feat:
Awesome to share the most triple doubles in NBA Finals history with the future HOF @KingJames.— Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) June 5, 2017
Despite reaching another record and career milestone, James has other concerns as the series moves to Cleveland Wednesday for Game 3.
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