LeBron James continues to make history.
On Saturday, the 15-time All-Star scored 25 points in a win over the Miami Heat. It marked the 1,000th time in his NBA career that James has scored at least 20 points in a regular season game.
With that, James became only the third player in NBA history to have 1,000 such games.
Congrats to @KingJames of the @Lakers for becoming the 3rd player in @NBAHistory to record 1,000 20+ point games! #LakeShow pic.twitter.com/5qaHVcH7JV- NBA (@NBA) November 9, 2019
According to Basketball Reference, the only other players in NBA history with 900 or more 20-point games are Kobe Bryant (941) and Michael Jordan (926). Dirk Nowitzki (861), Shaquille O'Neal (826), Wilt Chamberlain (771), Dominique Wilkins (756) and Oscar Robertson (754) round out the top-10.
James is also making his way up another scoring list. Following Saturday's performance, he now trails Bryant by 892 points for third place on the NBA's all-time scoring list. Once again, Malone and Abdul-Jabbar are at the top of that list.
At his current pace, James will pass Bryant in scoring in 35 games.
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