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James passes Jordan, Cavs back in Finals

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BOSTON (AP) The NBA Finals has its first "three-match," courtesy of a King who passed His Airness.

LeBron James scored 35 points and passed Michael Jordan to become the NBA's all-time playoff scoring leader as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics 135-102 on Thursday night to claim their third straight Eastern Conference title and another trip to the NBA Finals to meet the Golden State Warriors.

Kyrie Irving added 24 points and Kevin Love finished with 15 for the Cavs, who never trailed and led by as many as 39 points in one of their most dominating wins of the series. The Cavs set an NBA record by winning their 13th consecutive series closeout opportunity.

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Rebounds Per Game
Rank Name RPG
1 H. Whiteside, Mia14.1
2 A. Drummond, Det13.8
3 D. Jordan, LAC13.8
4 R. Gobert, Uta12.8
5 D. Howard, Atl12.7
6 K. Towns, Min12.3
7 A. Davis, NO11.8
8 K. Love, Cle11.1
9 D. Cousins, NO11.0
10 R. Westbrook, OKC10.7
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Blocks Per Game
Rank Name BPG
1 R. Gobert, Uta2.64
2 A. Davis, NO2.23
3 M. Turner, Ind2.12
4 H. Whiteside, Mia2.09
5 K. Porzingis, NY1.95
6 G. Antetokounmpo, Mil1.89
7 D. Jordan, LAC1.65
8 B. Lopez, Bkn1.65
9 K. Durant, GS1.60
10 S. Ibaka, Tor1.57
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