The four-time MVP joined LA Lakers over the summer from Cleveland Cavaliers, although his new side have so far failed to impress, recording two wins in five pre-season outings. James had an incredible record of reaching eight straight finals with the Cavs, although lost three of the four against Golden State Warriors. The Lakers, meanwhile, haven't reached a finals since the 2012/13 season. But should he make a ninth consecutive trip to the finals, it would level him for the second-longest Finals streak in NBA history. And the 33-year-old's record in Finals is a tremendous feat. When asked what it means to him, James said: “The [Finals] streak means a lot. “To have a streak of anything is significant.