LeBron James made history yet again Saturday as his Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets 117-107 in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals. The victory sends James to the NBA Finals for the 10th time in his career, making him only the fourth player in history to get there that many times. All three others are Hall of Famers.
James reached the first of his 10 Finals with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but after failing to return there in the three following seasons, departed for the Miami Heat. There, he began a streak that may never again be matched. James reached the Finals eight times in a row, four with the Heat, and four in his second stint with the Cavaliers. He won three championships in that span, two with the Heat and one with the Cavaliers. Now, he seeks his fourth NBA title.