On Wednesday night in Charlotte, James equaled Jordan's National Basketball Association mark by scoring in double digits in 866 consecutive games, an extraordinary streak of consistency and durability that may not end until James wants it to.
The last time he failed to score at least 10 points was on Jan 5, 2007, when he had eight points in 43 minutes on three-for-13 shooting against the Milwaukee Bucks.
James matched Jordan's 17-year-old mark Wednesday night against the Jordan-owned Charlotte Hornets when he scored on a powerful alley-oop dunk on a pass from J.R. Smith in the second quarter.
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"For me any time I'm in the same breathe as the greats of this game it's just very humbling knowing where I came from", James said. "I think it's an incredible feat for him".
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ranks third all-time with a 787-game streak than ran from December 1977 to December 1987.
"(You) know, where I've come from, brought up 30 minutes south of here, and the statistics is always stacked up against you, and for me to be in this position today, being able to accomplish something that a lot of people thought would not happen again or be able to break a record like that.
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Prior to Friday's game LeBron talked about the possibility of breaking the record.
Then there was Jordan, whose blend of passion, skill and artistry made an indelible impression on a young James.
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Prior to the game, Cleveland's acting head coach Larry Drew called it a "phenomenal" feat. "Certainly Michael was as good of a finesse player as there was". "When you done with the game, those are the moments right there where you wish you had it back, and obviously you'll never be able to get it back, but you never take that for granted, especially being on the road". "He's something different. But the one thing that both guys do have in common, they're really driven to win and to be the best". "It's like watching Michael Jackson on tour".