LeBron James has matched another Michael Jordan milestone - and in MJ's own building.
When LeBron scored his tenth point in Wednesday night's game against the Charlotte Hornets, he achieved 866 consecutive games scoring double digits. He finished a two-handed alley-oop dunk in the second quarter for his ninth and tenth points of the game, matching Jordan's longest streak of all-time record, according to ESPN Stats and Info.
With his 10th point, LeBron James has scored at least 10 points for the 866th straight regular season game, tying Michael Jordan for the longest streak in NBA history.
The last time he didn’t score in double-figures in a regular season game was January 5, 2007 vs the Bucks (8). pic.twitter.com/dIlfdhdlgG
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 28, 2018