NBA Livescore: LeBron James surpassed Abdul-Jabbar’s scoring record

NBA Livescore: LeBron James surpassed Abdul-Jabbar’s scoring record

The 38 year-old LeBron James became the NBA All-time leading scorer to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar but tainted with a loss to OKC. For more NBA livescore here!

Los Angeles Lakers LeBron James displayed his offensive legacy and the contention for “GOAT” talk over his NBA pals Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan. The four-time NBA Champion eclipsed Abdul-Jabber’s scoring mark of 38, 387 career regular season points with his own 38, 390. He stepped back on his way to the All-time scoring title against the defense of Kenrich Williams. 

After achieving the scoring feat, James addressed the fans and the whole NBA and said, “Everybody that has ever been a part of this run with me the last 20-plus years, I want to say thank you so much because I wouldn’t be me without all y’all. All y’all helped. All y’all’s passion and sacrifices helped me to get to this point.

And to the NBA, to Adam Silver, to the late great David Stern, thank you very much for allowing me to be a part of something I always dreamed about. I would never in a million years dreamt this to be even better than what it is tonight. So man, thank you, guys.”

During the second half of the game, a short ceremony held with Former Los Angeles Lakers and NBA Great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar hands the game ball to LeBron James after he became the NBA all-time scoring leader. LeBron ended the historic night by scoring 38 points in a 133-130 loss over the young Oklahoma City Thunders. 

The NBA Commissioner Adam Silver released a statement following the end of the game which stated, “Congratulations to LeBron James on breaking one of the most hallowed records in all of sports by becoming the NBA’s all-time scoring leader. It’s a towering achievement that speaks to his sustained excellence over 20 seasons in the league. And quite amazingly, LeBron continues to play at an elite level and his basketball history is still being written.”

This history feat done by James created tensions about the NBA “GOAT” talk between Michael Jordan – who won six NBA championships in the 90s with Chicago Bulls, a perfect six-for-six Finals record to be specified. However, sometimes history is a biggest traitor and it tends to be forgotten and LeBron’s feat last night will not just only climb his rankings to GOAT talk, rather it will possibly or ultimately place his name as the All-time NBA great and will consider Jordan as somewhat was and not is.

LeBron did two things Tuesday night. He passed Kareem. And he diminished, with time, but inevitably, how we will see Michael Jordan in the future. The Cleveland’s most treasured kid, the Ohio’s hero, and an BA Champ of this generation did not only close down Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s scoring title, he replaced Jordan as the Number One NBA player of All-Time.

LeBron James is the GOAT of this generation.

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