As LeBron James left the Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night after a 125-103 victory over the Toronto Raptors in game two, he walked out with another milestone to add to his collection. Moving up the NBA playoffs all time scoring list was just one of the King's achievements on the night. He also hit his 300th postseason three pointer of his career, a feat that only three other players in the history of the league have achieved. Ray Allen, Reggie Miller and Manu Ginobili. This is a crazy achievement considering the criticism LeBron has received over his career for his three point shot, some calling it non existent or unreliable.

But the biggest accomplishment for King James in game two of the second round, was clearly the achievement that put him ahead of the great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the all-time list.

LeBron James moves into second place in postseason scoring

LeBron's scoring in this years NBA playoffs has been remarkable. So remarkable that he has been using it to break records on a game by game basis. LeBron James has just moved past Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for 2nd place on the NBA playoff's all time scoring list. This is a crazy accomplishment for LBJ, and leaves him behind only Michael Jordan on the all time list.

For LeBron to be at such a high clip on the scoring list is truly incredible, especially due to the fact it was done while he is still in his prime.

LeBron James is only 8 games away from moving into the number one position on the postseason scoring list, he will do this at just age 32, with many more playoff years sure to come.

LeBron's scoring output is historic

LeBron James is just 6 games into the 2017 playoff campaign, and is already breaking records. His 34.2 points per game in his first 6 playoff games is the second most in NBA history behind Kobe Bryant who averaged 34.3 during his first 6 games in the 2008 postseason.

This stat also put the King ahead of Jordan, Mike averaged 32.7 points per contest in his first 6 games in 1993. With LeBron being compared to players like this, it shows just how dominant the level of play he is playing at, especially at age 32.

When LeBron's career is over, he will likely have broken all the scoring records in the NBA playoffs, and the NBA finals.

Something that will be used as a tool to prove the true greatness of LBJ, due to scoring being an art that he wasn't predominantly known for. He is known for his brilliant all around game, one that no one else comes close to.