More so than the postseason scoring record, churning out the most triple-doubles in Finals history would be a better illustration of James' greatness.
Nobody questions LeBron's abilities as a scorer, but he will be remembered as a far more versatile player. In the playoffs, James has often carried an even bigger burden.
Entering Sunday, the four-time MVP was averaging 28.3 points, 8.8 rebounds and 6.8 assists in the postseason. He has been even better in the Finals, posting 27.0 points, 10.0 boards and 7.2 assists a game, per Basketball-Reference.com.
As well as he has played in the past, though, LeBron will need to be even better—if that's possible—for the overmatched Cavaliers to topple the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 Finals.