LeBron James put on a show last night in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ win against the Charlotte Hornets. That description may not even do him justice.
In 42 minuets, James scored 44 points, dished out 10 assists and pulled down nine rebounds - one rebound short of a triple-double. James also became the first frontcourt player to tally 7,000 career assists (and counting) when he set up a Tristan Thompson dunk in the first quarter. And he also a season-high five threes. And this came on the second half a back-to-back.
“It’s always a rhythm thing for me at times,” James said per the Akron Beacon Journal. “I’m just in a really good rhythm right now. My body feels great. My stroke feels pretty dang-on good as well, I just gotta continue to put the work in.”
That’s certainly one way of putting it. Check out the highlights of James’ performance below: