LeBron James’ impact on professional basketball will always be remembered. He is widely regarded as the greatest of all time by many fans, and his numerous record-breaking accomplishments demonstrate his ongoing dominance in the sport. In fact, he added yet another feather to his cap by setting an all-time NBA record just now.

Back in 2021, LeBron easily surpassed Kobe Bryant’s record of 395 points in 16 games during the Christmas season. Naturally, LeBron James made sure he carried the momentum forward and did a lot with it.

Last month, James became the second player in NBA history to score 38,000 career points, joining Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who held the all-time record of 38,387 points.

That did not remain for long as LeBron James ended up surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record for career points during The Los Angeles Lakers’ game against Oklahoma City Thunder.


LeBron’s undeniable talent has been acknowledged and he continues to have a significant impact on the game at the age of 38. His star continues to shine bright and that’s all that matters.

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