Solomon Hill

More than Mike: LeBron breaks Jordan's record as Cavs win

LeBron James accepted the game ball and raised it high over his head for everyone to see — the perfect pose.

With the crowd standing and roaring after seeing history, James took a moment to soak in the adoration before hurrying back to work.

Michael Jordan would have done the same thing.

James scored in double digits in his 867th straight game, breaking the record he shared with his boyhood idol Jordan, and the Cleveland Cavaliers rallied to beat the New Orleans Hornets 107-102 on Friday night to avoid slipping in the standings.

James finished with 27 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds, adding another stellar performance to his MVP-worthy 15th NBA...