Posted Mar 5 2010 8:00PM
CLEVELAND (AP) -- LeBron James broke another record Friday night.
Cleveland's superstar became the franchise's all-time leader in minutes played with 21,573 in the Cavaliers' game against the Detroit Pistons.
James became the record holder after playing 5 minutes of the first quarter. He passed Zydrunas Ilgauskas, who became the franchise leader earlier this season.
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Spencer Hawes sets up Donte Greene with a perfect alley-oop for the big throw-down.
JaVale McGee gathers the ball and throws down the huge facial dunk.
Andray Blatche comes down the lane to swat the shot into the stands.
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Aaron Brooks hits Jordan Hill with a sweet pass around Jonas Jerebko's back.
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Louis Scola gets a wide-open jumper to fall after making Kwame Brown to fall for the head fake.
|Making it Drop|
Louis Scola somehow makes it this shot drop falling out of bounds.