LeBron James has moved to the second place on the NBA playoffs all-time scoring list after passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on Wednesday night.

Cleveland Cavaliers superstar James finished Game 2 against the Toronto Raptors with 39 points scored on 10-of-14 shooting from the field. He has led his team to a 2-0 lead over the Raptors, having defeated the franchise from Canada 125-103 in Wednesday's clash.

Three-time NBA champion James now has 5,777 points scored in the postseason.

James could soon be making it past the greatest ever basketball player on the list -- Michael Jordan.

The former Chicago Bulls megastar leads the list with 5,987 points scored in the playoffs.

The 2004 Rookie of the Year is having huge postseason. James has been averaging 34.2 points on an excellent 56.6 field goal percentage thus far in this year's postseason.

Should he keep up his great form, he could very well dethrone Jordan before the 2017 NBA Playoffs come to an end.

Moving it past his old rival

LeBron James is now ranked at number two when it comes to the most 30+ point postseason games in NBA playoffs history.

The 32-year-old passed five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant after scoring 34 against Toronto on Wednesday. It was James' fifth 30+ point game in this year's playoffs.

James, who now has 89 games of that type, is 20 games short of tying Jordan on that list as well.

Jordan leads the list with 109 games where he has scored 30 or more points in an NBA playoff game.

The superstar of the Cleveland Cavaliers is expected to further reduce his 'deficit' on the list before the playoffs end.

Add more to it

LeBron James has become just the fourth player ever in the history of NBA playoffs to have made 300 three-pointers.

The 32-year-old made 4-of-6 of his attempts beyond the arc in Game 2 against the Raptors. He has made 15 five three pointers thus far in this year's postseason, shooting the same at 48.4 percent in six games played.

Before James, only the names of Ray Allen, Reggie Miller and Manu Ginobili could have been found on the list.

That's not all

LeBron James is experiencing his first ever playoffs where he has had multiple 15+ point quarters.

As mentioned above, the top name of the Cleveland Cavaliers has shown up big time in the 2017 NBA playoffs. He seems to be completely locked in to delivering another title to the Cavalier team.

It remains to be seen can the three-time NBA Finals MVP lead the franchise from Ohio to its second consecutive NBA title.