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During the first quarter of the Cavs clutch OT win over the Bucks, LeBron James grabbed and offensive rebound and went up strong for a layup that would move him past Moses Malone for eight all-time on the NBA’s scoring list. James needed one point to surpass Malone’s 27,409 point total. Up next on the list is James former teammate Shaquille O’Neal is seventh all-time in scoring with 28,569 points.
James would go onto dominate the Bucks in this one, pouring in 34 points, grabbing 12 rebounds and dishing out 7 assists. He threw down some big dunks, came up with a monster block and hit a clutch dagger three in OT. Check out the highlights below.