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ATLANTA — LeBron James moved past Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson into 11th place on the NBA’s scoring list Friday night.

James passed Robertson when he scored on a layup with 2:14 left in the third quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers110-108 overtime victory over the Hawks, giving him 26,711 points. Atlanta’s Al Horford was called for goaltending on the play.

“I wish I could’ve had a triple-double in passing him as well,” James said. “That would’ve been the perfect thing. Any time I’m linked with the Big O, it’s an honor for myself. I understand and know how much he meant not only to the game of basketball but what he represented off the floor. It’s special to be linked with a guy like that who was so special.”

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