For as great as LeBron James has been, he has never known as a flat-out scorer. Yes, he's averaged a phenomenal 27.2 points during his 13-year career, but even he would admit he's more of a willing passer than a score-first player.

But LeBron passed one of the best pure scorers the game has ever seen Wednesday, topping Kobe Bryant on the all-time Finals scoring list.

LeBron continues to #MakeHistory in the NBA playoffs pic.twitter.com/LG7UqsVzuO

— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 9, 2016

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After LeBron scored 32 points in the Cavs' 120-90 win over the Warriors in Game 3, he now sits in 10th place 945 career Finals points. Kobe scored 937 points during his seven trips to the Finals while LeBron is in the middle of his seventh Finals appearance.