Glen Rice tells The Jose Rose Show (WQAM, 560-AM) he was pulling for LeBron James to break his record.

Former Miami Heat star Glen Rice, who had his scoring record of 56 points broken by LeBron James' 61 on Monday night, isn't the least bit bothered to see his name removed from the top spot of the franchise's record books.

"The only question I had was if they would let him stay in the game," Rice said Tuesday morning on The Joe Rose Show (WQAM, 560-AM). "I remember when Dwyane Wade was on the verge of breaking it and they took him out of the game. But once I saw they were keeping him in the game, I knew he was going to do it. I was pulling for him." (Listen to highlights of interview in video above).

Rice set the mark 19 years ago against the Orlando Magic on April 15, 1995.

James made 22-of-33 shots from the floor, including eight-of-10 from three-point range, and added seven rebounds and five assists in a 124-107 rout of the Charlotte Bobcats.


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