LeBron James, A Player for the Los Angeles Lakers, has Become the League's All-Time Leading Scorer

Michael Alexander

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He was crowned "The Chosen One" a long time ago. He later developed into "The King." The NBA's all-time leading scorer is now him.

LeBron James

On Tuesday, LeBron James made one of the most significant baskets in league history, shattering Kareem Abdul-illustrious Jabbar's record of 38,387 career points. Abdul-Jabbar was watching from the courtside.

LeBron James

James needed 36 points to break the record when the game began. He got there on a step-back fadeaway with 10.9 seconds left in the third quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder game at Crypto.com Arena.

LeBron James

The game was stopped for a brief ceremony when NBA commissioner Adam Silver and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar greeted James at center court and handed him the game ball.

LeBron James

"I want to thank the Laker supporters. You guys are unique," James remarked. "It means so much to me to be in the presence of someone as legendary and amazing as Kareem. This is quite demeaning. Please provide the captain with a standing ovation.

LeBron James

I want to thank everyone who has ever participated in this run with me over the past 20+ years because he stated that without you, I wouldn't be who I am today. "All of y'support, enthusiasm, and sacrifices helped me get here.

LeBron James

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