LeBron James and the Cavs lead the NBA in points, rebounds and steals, but what happens when he scores 30 points?

LeBron James has been dominating in the NBA for a couple of weeks now, but that dominance was fueled by a couple key factors.

First, the Cleveland Cavaliers lead the league in points per game.

Second, they lead the entire NBA in steals per game, which is good enough for third place.

The Cavaliers have done this by limiting opponents to only 98 points per 100 possessions and limiting opponents’ field goals to just 51.

This is why James has scored 30 points in six games, and the Cavaliers have won three of them. 

A couple of the NBA’s best teams have taken advantage of this in the past.

The San Antonio Spurs have been doing it with the likes of Kawhi Leonard, Danny Green, LaMarcus Aldridge and Pau Gasol for a while now.

The Oklahoma City Thunder have done it with Russell Westbrook, James Harden and Kevin Durant for the past few seasons.

The Golden State Warriors have been using this strategy with Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and Andre Iguodala over the past year or so.

In fact, the Warriors are now leading the league with 30 points per 40 minutes played, which would make them one of the best teams in the league at doing this.

So, what is going on with the Cleveland team?

James has averaged 30.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 6.2 assists in his last five games, but it’s not all about points per contest.

James has also been the league leader in steals and rebounds, which leads the league.

When James scores 30, he leads the NBA with 5.7 steals per 40, which ranks second behind only Kyrie Irving, who is also averaging 27.4 per 40.

The Cavs are also leading the NBA when it comes to field goal percentage, which has climbed to 58.5 percent from 49.5% over the last three games.

The biggest change in the Cavs’ offensive efficiency has been the return of Jae Crowder, who has averaged 18.7 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 14.5 minutes per game in his past two games. 

When it comes down to scoring and rebounding, James is the king.

He has scored at least 30 points once in every game and has done it four times in the last five.

So while James has had some struggles on defense, he’s still been able to take advantage of the Cavs offensive rebounding advantage.

When the Cavs score 30 points or more, they are tied for the league lead in rebounds per game and lead the rest of the league when it goes into overtime.

When it comes time for the Cavs to go on a run, they’re tied for second in the Western Conference with 30.4 points per-40 minutes.

That’s good enough to be in the top five.

James and the Cleveland Cavs are one of three teams to have scored 30 or more points in seven consecutive games.

When it’s all said and done, the Cavaliers are ahead of the San Antonio and Golden State teams, but they are still in third place in the West.

The Warriors and Thunder are tied with 22 games remaining.