Check out the main records already broken by LeBron James in the NBA

LeBron James broke another NBA record and became the player with the most points scored in regular seasons in history; check out other ‘King James’ records

LeBron James is a legend in NBA and that continues to write its history, always playing at the highest level of the sport and raising more and more doubts about who is the best of all time in basketball, sharing the throne with michael jordanconsidered by many the ‘GOAT’ even with LeBron’s dominance since the beginning of the century.

The most recent record broken by James was the highest scoring in NBA history, surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbarwhich held the mark with 38,387 points scored, now this record belongs to ‘King James‘. In addition to this, many other records were achieved throughout LeBron’s career, making him a unique player in basketball history.

Check out the main records broken by LeBron in the NBA:

  • More games scoring consecutively (scored in all matches he played);
  • Most times scoring at least 10 points per match consecutively;
  • More matches greater than 20 points;
  • In Playoffs, it leads in the categories: points, attempted shots, converted shots, attempted free throws, converted free throws, attempted three balls, steals, minutes played, games and games scoring;
  • In All-Star games, he leads in the categories: points, 3-point attempt, attempted shots, converted shots, converted two-point shots, minutes played, times as a starter and games played;
  • Most named conference player of the week (64 times);
  • Most named conference player of the month (46 times);
  • Most NBA first-team appearances (13);
  • Only player to have 30,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 10,000 assists in his career;
  • Only player to have 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, 500 assists and 100 steals in a season at least eight times;
  • Only player to average 25 points per game for 18 consecutive seasons;
  • Only player to be in the Top 5 in points scored, Top 10 in assists and Top 10 in steals (no other player is in the Top 10 of two different categories);
  • Only player to have 100 30-point games for three different teams (Cavaliers, Heat and Lakers);
  • Only player to score 40+ points against every team in the NBA;
  • Only player to score at least 500 playoff points nine times;
  • Player with the most defensive rebounds in the NBA Finals (454);
  • Most consecutive points scored in a playoff game (against the Pistons on May 31, 2007)

Source: sportbuzz

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