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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Check out the top plays froma 5-game Monday night in the NBA.
|Reggie on the Baseline|
The Warriors' Reggie Williams makes a nice move to get to the baseline then gets the reverse to fall.
|Arena Link: Shawn Marion|
Shawn Marion joins Gametime and talks about the Mavericks' win and obtaining the league's longest active winning streak.
|The Daily Zap|
All the action from Monday night's slate of games in the NBA.
|Warriors vs. Hornets|
Six Hornets score in double figures including 28 from both David West and Marcus Thornton as they outlasted the Warriors.
|Haier Play of the Day|
Not just one, but a series of plays capped by Wilson Chandler's rejection at the rim to save the day for the Knicks.
|Block of the Night|
Chris Douglas-Roberts meets this Marc Gasol alley-oop attempt at the rim.
|Assist of the Night|
Eddie House finds David Lee with this nice pass for the dunk.
|Nightly Notable : Danilo Gallinari|
Danilo Gallinario led the New York Knicks with 28 points in a close game with Atlanta.
|Steal of the Night|
Ryan Hollins makes the swipe then races the other way for the strong flush.