As LeBron James fought to keep the Cleveland Cavaliers alive in the NBA Playoffs, he also added to his legacy.
With a steal off Darren Collison in the second quarter of Game 7 against the Indiana Pacers, James became the all-time leader in that category with the 396th postseason steal of his 15-year career.
James passed former Chicago Bulls great Scottie Pippen, who finished his career with 395 steals in 208 playoff games.
Sunday's game was James' 224th playoff game.
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The Cavaliers held off repeated challenges by Indiana for a 105-101 victory, winning the first-round series four games to three. James' teams are now 13-0 all-time in first-round playoff series. James finished the game with four steals, giving him 399 for his playoff career, along with 45 points, nine rebounds and seven assists.
--Field Level Media