​Whenever he sets foot on the court, it seems like LeBron James is ready to break another mark. 

In the thrilling come-from-behind win over the Pacers on Thursday night, James didn't break his trend. 

​In the 119-114 win, LeBron did two things we have to talk about. No. 1? 

​​Move over Kobe Bryant, LeBron James is now No. 3 on the all-time playoffs scoring list. In the win, James finished with 42 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists.

Those numbers are just ridiculous from King James. 

A triple-double seems like a huge deal, but in reality, it's just another day at the office for James. This, of course, brings us to the second piece of history LBJ made tonight. 

​​That's some pretty good company for LBJ there. 

Oscar Robertson is considered one of the greatest of all time. However, the King continues to make Cleveland proud.

After his latest showing, it's looking more and more likely that no one will be able to come in the Cavs' way of repeating as champs. This team, led by James, is on fire.