In his 15th season, LeBron James continues to pile up stats and add to his incredible playoff career.
James has passed Michael Jordan in nearly every major playoff statistic because he has played 45 more playoff games than him.
Jordan still has the edge in one major category — championships.
As LeBron James continues his unprecedented dominance in the NBA playoffs, he continues to re-write the record books.
In his 15th season, at 33 years old, James is still as dominant as ever, averaging 34 points, 10 rebounds, and 7 assists per game while leading the Cleveland Cavaliers.
James' longevity has allowed him to pass a player many people consider the greatest of all-time, Michael Jordan, in several major stats.
In playoff totals, James has the edge on Jordan in nearly every major category, a result of playing 45 more playoff games — with more still to come — in his career.
There is one exception, however, and it's perhaps the reason Jordan owns the advantage over James in the "G.O.A.T" debate — championships. Jordan rattled off six championships with the Chicago Bulls in the '90s, while James has taken home three himself this decade — two with the Miami Heat and one with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Here's how their legendary careers stack up:
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