LeBron James has just finished a brilliant 2016-17 regular season with many broken records and milestones. Now the playoffs have started, and LeBron is not showing any signs of slowing down. As LeBron is fairly familiar with breaking records, it's no surprise he has broken another one moving up an all-time list. But when he passes someone who possesses the greatness of The Big Fundamental, it's a huge accomplishment and something to be remembered.

LeBron James moves past Tim Duncan

Going into game one of the 2017 NBA playoffs against the Indiana Pacers, LeBron James was ten field goals behind Tim Duncan on the NBA playoffs all-time field goals made a list.

The Spurs greatest power forward was sitting in 5th place on the list with 1,975 postseason field goals made. But during the fourth quarter of game one LBJ drove and finished a layup with under 8 minutes left, passing Tim on the all-time list and finished the game with 1,977 field goals made.

LeBron currently sits in 5th place on this list and will be looking to keep moving on up during this year's playoff run. He now is positioned behind Kobe Bryant (2,014) who sits in fourth, Shaquille O'Neal (2,041) who sits in third, Michael Jordan (2,188) who sits in second and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (2,356) who sits in the number one spot. Throughout LeBron's playoff career he averages 9.9 field goals made per game, and if he can continue that average, he will move up this list possibly to 2nd place by the end of the postseason.

Kareem's Number One Spot may be hard to break for LeBron this year, but shortly, possibly next year, he has a great chance at passing Kareem.

LeBron already passed Duncan in the regular season

This season, LeBron James passed Tim Duncan in field goals made in the regular season. In a game against the Utah Jazz where LeBron dropped 33 points, ten rebounds, and six assists.

The King moved past Duncan into the 13th place in career field goals made.

For those who may not remember, King James also passed Tim Duncan on the NBA's all-time scoring list in March of 2016 when he moved into 14th place on the list. Since that milestone, he's come a long way, as LeBron sits in 7th place on the all-time scoring list as of right now.

But it seems after LeBron passed Tim in postseason field goals last night, he has put his foot in front of the great power forward in most all time lists. Putting his name in the history books, and redefining his greatness once again.