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A look into the most iconic LeBron James performances at Madison Square Garden

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LeBron throws down triple-double in Cavs' win (1:15)

LeBron James records the 42nd triple-double of his career as the Cavs roll to a 107-93 win over the Knicks. (1:15)

LeBron James picked up his 42nd career triple-double in the Cleveland Cavaliers 107-93 win Saturday against the New York Knicks.

With 42 career triple-doubles, LeBron passes Fat Lever (41) for the third-most triple-doubles over the past 30 seasons. Jason Kidd and Magic Johnson have more in that time span.

It was LeBron's second career triple-double at the new MSG. Only Larry Bird (six) has had more such games as a visitor.

But with the triple-double, LeBron became the first player to have multiple triple-doubles and multiple 50+ point games at the new MSG as a visitor or as a Knick, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

Here is a look at those performances:

March 5, 2008 -- 50 points, 10 assists, 8 rebounds

LeBron scored 50 points and came two rebounds shy of a triple-double as the Cavs won 119-105 at the Knicks. He tied a career high at the time with seven 3-pointers.

Feb. 4, 2009 -- 52 points, 11 assists, 9 rebounds

LeBron had a monster performance with 52 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds as the Cavs held off the Knicks for a 107-102 victory. He joined Michael Jordan as the only visiting players with multiple 50-point games at the current MSG. LeBron scored or assisted on 21 of the Cavs' 25 points in the fourth quarter. Originally, LeBron was credited with a triple-double but a rebound was later taken away.

Dec. 17. 2010 -- 32 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists

As a member of the Heat, LeBron posted his first official triple-double at Madison Square Garden with 32 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, as the Heat defeated the Knicks 113-91.

Saturday -- 27 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists

LeBron posted his second career triple-double at Madison Square Garden as the Cavs won 107-93. He's one of four visiting players with multiple triple-doubles at the current Madison Square Garden.