NBA: The All Time Leading Scorer In Regular-Season and Playoffs Combined. This is Amazing…

 

LeBron James couldn’t close the game for the LA Lakers against the Golden State Warriors but still went home with another great record to his name. The four-time NBA champion went past Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become NBA’s all-time leading scorer in regular-season and playoffs history. It came following his 26-point, 15-rebound effort against the Warriors on Saturday.

 

Therecord-setting shot came during the 3rd quarter of the game when James converted a 3-point field goal.

 

James now has 44,157 points to his name in the regular-season and playoffs combined, eight more than former LA Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

James would’ve hoped to bag a win for his side on such a historic night for him, though.

 

The Lakers are now 26-31 for the season, the farthest they have been from the .500 mark. They face an uphill task ahead if they aim to qualify as the sixth seed in the NBA playoffs and avoid falling into the play-in tournament.

 

NBA: The All Time Leading Scorer In Regular-Season and Playoffs Combined. This is Amazing...

Theloss against the Dubs wasn’t as disappointing, though, as they are one of the most dominant teams in the NBA this year. There were plenty of takeaways for Frank Vogel’s side and they will want to build on the positive going forward.

 

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