LeBron James keeps giving people arguments to call him the greatest player to ever play the game.
The Los Angeles Lakers superstar passed Derek Fisher and now wears the crown for most career playoff wins in NBA playoff history. James earned his 162nd career playoff victory during the Western Conference semifinals between the Lakers and Rockets.
Fisher won five titles with the Lakers, also spending time with the Golden State Warriors, Oklahoma City Thunder, Utah Jazz and Dallas Mavericks over his 18 years in the NBA.
LeBron had also passed Tim Duncan in the first round of the playoffs after the San Antonio Spurs legend had 157 in his career.
This was the latest milestone for James, who holds additional records for most points, field goals, free throws, steals and minutes in postseason history. He is also third in assists and games played, and sixth in rebounds.
Recently, James also passed Ray Allen for the second-most 3-pointers in playoff history. He now trails only Stephen Curry.
'The King' has played for three different organizations throughout his 17-year career (Cavaliers, Heat & Lakers), and has won three NBA titles. He has only missed the playoffs twice in his career, including last season, his very first one in Los Angeles.