Lebron James scored 26 points in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 112-111 win as a visitor over the Indiana Pacers and is closing in on breaking the NBA record high: He reached 38,324 goals in the regular stage and was 63 behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s top score.
“Knowing that I’m about to break the record that people said could never be achieved is spectacular to me,” the star said. lakers in anticipation of the start of his 20th season in the American league. It’s falling.
He is averaging 30.2 points per game this season (seventh-best among all franchises), which suggests that It will take him two games to become the top scorer in history.
He’s unlikely to do it this Saturday against the New Orleans Pelicans, though one can never talk about impossible with this kind of legend.
Following a certain logic, the record day would be next Wednesdayunder local conditions, opposite to oklahoma city thunder an unmissable event for basketball lovers. Here because, a few days before the meeting tickets are sold for over 30 thousand dollars.
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The data that exalts LeBron
In case of breaking the record of 38,387 points this Wednesday, Lebron James He will have done so after 1,410 games played in the NBA regular season, 150 fewer than the 1,560 he needed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to reach the same number. An overwhelming difference.
King James he averaged 27.2 per game, while his compatriot retired in 1989 with 24.6 after switching between the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Lakers.
The points record in the regular phase will add to many others that LeBron already had. For example, it is the only player in NBA history to amass at least 30,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 10,000 assists.
In addition, he is the only one to average over 25 points during 19 consecutive seasons and has accumulated more than 15 uninterrupted years by scoring at least 10 points in each of the games played.
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