LeBron James already has better numbers than Michael Jordan did in 1998 Finals

SHARE LeBron James already has better numbers than Michael Jordan did in 1998 Finals

Cleveland Cavaliers forward and two-time NBA Finals MVP LeBron James is averaging 41 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists in the first two games of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.

Through the first two games of the 2015 NBA Finals, James has as many assists and rebounds as Bulls legend Michael Jordan did from the 1998 NBA Finals. James already has 24 total rebounds and 17 total assists while playing in 96 minutes.

During the 1998 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz, Jordan only had 14 total assists and 24 total rebounds, but averaged 33 points per game.

The Latest
The grass was so patchy bad that super-agent David Canter Tweeted that Saturday’s exhibition opener against the Chiefs should have been canceled.
Rushdie’s alleged attacker, Hadi Matar, was due in court to face attempted murder and assault charges.
Safety Juan Thornhill dropped his right should into Fields’ head on a slide, and Fields couldn’t believe there was no flag.
Smith, who demanded a trade Tuesday, did conditioning work with his teammates about two hours before kickoff of Saturday’s exhibition opener against the Chiefs.
Two men were fatally shot Friday in their vehicles in separate shootings about three miles apart on the South Side.