LeBron James
LeBron James

Los Angeles Lakers star, LeBron “King” James, reveals the one name that he thinks could break his all-time scoring record in NBA.

LeBron James is on a quest to break Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s all-time scoring title in NBA. James stands at 37,965 points and needs 423 more dunks to break the magical figure of 38,387 held by Kareem. Moreover, the 38-year-old is as good as a 25-year-old on the court and is carrying the weight of his team LA Lakers. FYI, James has already surpassed modern-day greats Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant with a record-breaking scoring spree. And now he eyes the ultimate target.


Meanwhile, as the mid-season approaches, LeBron James sat for a one-on-one interview with ESPN and spoke about his 20-year-long journey in NBA. Moreover, he spoke about the next generation and listed out the name of the ball player who could break his all-time scoring record in the future. Further, King James even stated his thoughts on personal milestone and how it has impacted his mindset over the years.

“He Is The First Thing That Comes To Mind,” LeBron James Reveals One Name Who Can break His Scoring Record

LeBron James- Kevin Durant

LA Laker’s forward striker, LeBron James, appeared on ESPN for an interview with Dave McMenamin. James bared it all out and spoke about his 20-year-long successful career. While being asked about who he thinks could break his scoring record in the future, James had an interesting take. He named Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant as the one he thinks would surely break his record.

Further, LeBron James heaped praises on Durant. King James revealed that he is highly impressed with KD’s scoring ability and how he makes it look so effortless. The 38-year-old further went on to say that KD’s ability to shoot the three ball and mid-range makes him a great striker. Moreover, James feels that along with the scoring skills, being healthy and available on the court for the full season is extremely important as well. If KD manages to combine all these things, he will surely surpass King James one day in the future.

KD comes up, the first thing that comes to mind, for sure,” said LeBron James

King James Reveals That Playing For Personal Records Feels Corny To Him

LeBron James
LeBron James

While LeBron James might be on a spree to become an all-time Basketball legend, the former said that he does not believe in achieving personal milestones. James feels personal milestones hold no meaning if they cannot help the team end up on the winning side. FYI, whenever LeBron has surpassed an existing record, the Lakers have ended up on the losing side. Hence, James’ feeling is understandable.

Lebron James further said that he was born and trained to win games and not focus on personal records. He has built his entire career in Basketball with an intent to win. And he is not willing to compromise on that intent now or in the future. Speaking of the ongoing season, the Lakers find themselves his deep waters with 19-22. They desperately need a miracle from here to book a seat in the playoffs.

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