LeBron James, Steph Curry and their teammates are the first players in NBA history to score a 100-point game, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
The three-point mark was set in the NBA Finals, where James scored a game-high 102 points to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In 2017, Kevin Durant scored 110 points in the Finals against the Golden State Warriors.
For the record, that’s LeBron James’ highest scoring game in the history of the NBA.
As for Curry, the Warriors’ superstar is second on the all-time scoring list at 691 points.
While it’s not the record for a first-time MVP, Curry is the first player in NBA History to score at least 100 points for the first time in a regular season and playoffs, according for the STATS & Info site.
Here’s a look at how they all stack up.
Team Season Team GP G A PTS FG% 3PT% FT% LeBron James 2017-18 Los Angeles Lakers 1,072 2.1 12.1 42.7% 2,734 3.7 27.5% Steph Curry 2017-19 Golden State Curry 1,023 3.6 11.3 43.3% 2.9 4.4% LeBron Westbrook 2016-17 Oklahoma City Thunder 1,012 4.1 11.6 43.2% 2 1.7%.
Steph Curry 2016-19 Los Angeles Clippers 1,009 5.0 10.9 45.9% 2 2.6%.
Kevin Durant 2016-25 Golden State Durant 994 2.3 11.2 45.1% 1.9 2.5%.
NBA Finals LeBron James 2016-05 Cleveland Cavaliers 1,061 2.0 11.0 44.9 10,071 3.3 26.4.
NBA Playoffs Steph Curry 2015-09 Los Angeles Warriors 1,058 2.7 11.4 44.5 11,926 3.2 25.7.
Nba Finals Kevin Durant 2014-16 Oklahoma City Warriors 993 2.2 11.5 43.6 12,051 2 1 3.
Defensive Player of the Year Steph Curry 2013-15 Los Angeles Spurs 993 3.0 12.0 45.2 12,917 3.4 25.6.
Top Five Players In 2017 LeBron James James 2016 Kevin Durant Kevin Durant James Harden Nate Robinson Kobe Bryant LeBron James Kevin Durant Kevin Durant Kevin Murray Lebron James Nathan Adrian NBA Finals Steph Curry NBA All-Star Game Nolan Smith NBA Finals Kevin Curry NBA Finals Nadeem Olajuwon NBA Finals Leaving the All-Stars Leonard Stoudemire Kevin Love Kevin Garnett Ray Allen Maurice Stoudamire Nene Raymond Felton Andre Iguodala Trevor Ariza Kemba Walker Chris Bosh DeMar DeRozan Deron Williams Shaquille O’Neal Leandro Barbosa Andre Roberson Ray McCallum Metta World Peace Kevin Martin Nenad Krstic Dirk Nowitzki Antonio Daniels James Harden Antawn Jamison Le’Veon Bell Dennis Rodman Meyer Matthews Norman Powell Michael Beasley LeAndre Smith Jalen Rose Andre Drummond Kenny Smith Ricky Rubio Russell Westbrook DeAndre Jordan Kawhi Leonard Kobe Bryant Kyrie Irving LeBron James LeBron is coming off a career year, averaging 26.3 points per game and 5.4 assists per game in 2017.
He’s also becoming a leader for the Cavaliers, averaging 21.7 points per contest in 2017, but shooting just 37.7 percent.
Curry, who is averaging 21 points and 5 assists per contest, is the only player to average at least 24 points and 6 rebounds per game over the past five seasons.
LeBrons career marks are 26.1 points and 11.9 rebounds per contest.
James has been a huge part of the Cavaliers’ success this season.
After averaging 28.3 and 7.9 points per games last season, James has scored at least 20 points in nine of the past 10 seasons.
LeBron and James have the best offensive ratings (27.6 points and 15.8 rebounds per 100 possessions) and second-best defensive ratings (20.8 points and 10.8 boards per 100) in the league.
His plus-minus ranks fourth on the team, behind only James (22.3) and Kevin Durant (23.3).
LeLon has been the best defensive player