LeBron James is Now the Only Player in NBA History to Win 10 Straight Division Titles


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LeBron James just set the record for most consecutive divisional titles won, and he did it inside one of the NBA's greatest arenas, Madison Square Garden, in last nights game against the New York Knicks. James and the Cavaliers now look ahead to their fourth consecutive year in the playoffs.

At the age of 33, LeBron James continues to torch the record books, recently passing Michael Jordan for most consecutive games with 10 points or more and other statistical achievements that seem endless.

James' 26 points, 11 assist and six rebounds helped the Cavaliers reach 50 wins for the fourth consecutive season and 11th time in franchise history.

In James journey to winning 10 straight divisional titles, he holds a record of 562 wins, with one game to go this season. We could go on and on forever about this athlete's insanity, or you could just watch this video proving he's an ageless machine.

The Cavs now look to get win No. 51 (same win total as last year, for all you haters), as they take on the Knicks again at Quicken Loans Arena, tomorrow at 8 p.m.

The NBA playoffs start this Saturday, and with the Eastern Conference standings being so close, it's still unclear who the Cavs are going to beat in the first round.

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