LeBron James has achieved notoriety on a global scale because of his innate basketball talent. Despite the numerous records that LeBron has set throughout his career, now it appears to break the edges set by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. However, admitted that LeBron had never set any goal of doing the same.

NBA records that LeBron James currently holds are numerous. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s all-time scoring record is, however, something he is still vying for. In order for LeBron to surpass Kareem’s record, he only needs 1,326 more points. LeBron could need to win 50–60 games to break this record, therefore this season is likely to see him do it.

Even though LeBron has accomplished a lot already in his career, he would undoubtedly love to break this record. LeBron mentioned how much this record means to him in his interview with LA Times reporter Dan Woike. He considered it absurd that he could possibly be in a position to do so, and he feels that some people don’t really appreciate the gravity of this achievement.

“It’s a huge thing, I believe. I think it’s one of the most sought-after records in sports. And me personally, I’ve never even like set a goal of doing it. It makes zero sense to me. But it’s something that’s bigger, and bigger than people think.”

LeBron’s legacy as one of the finest to ever do it will be further cemented by this. Once he writes his name into the history books, will be remembered to time immemorial. What do you think about LeBron breaking the record? Let us know in the comments. Keep checking Thirsty for more updates.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma, is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She has written articles for a variety of journals. She has an interest in world news, journals, and articles. She then made the decision to write for Thirsty for news. On December 13, 2021, Muskan began writing in Thirsty. She has a range of other hobbies outside writing, such as traveling and exploring new places.

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