In the Eastern Conference if you want to win a ring, you literally have to get by the King, LeBron James.

No stat makes that statement truer, than the record-breaking achievement James accomplished on Monday night after the Cleveland Cavaliers' 123-109 win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

With the win, LeBron became the first player in NBA history to capture 10 division titles in a row.

“That’s pretty cool,” James said of the potential milestone before the game, according to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin. “I had no idea about that, but that’s pretty cool. To be able to be in a position where you kind of control a division, that’s a pretty unique thing to me.”
Here’s the full decade long breakdown (via Basketball-Reference):
2009 Cavs 66-16
2010 Cavs 61-21
2011 Heat 58-24
2012 Heat 46-20
2013 Heat 66-16
2014 Heat 54-28
2015 Cavs 53-29
2016 Cavs 57-25
2017 Cavs 51-31
2018 Cavs 50-31
James finished the game with 28 points, 11 assists, and six rebounds on 7-of-16 shooting in 39 minutes.


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