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Breaking News: LeBron James Smashes Another Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Record!

LeBron James has already broken multiple records in his career. He has been in NBA for twenty long years. Furthermore, in his twentieth season, LeBron James has broken the all-time scoring record. Nobody came close to the Captain’s record for almost forty years. Many believed it was unbreakable. It sure was unbreakable for many but not for King James.

After 38 years, the NBA witnessed a new leader of all-time scoring in the form of the 38 years old LeBron James. But the habit of breaking Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record does not stop there. As King James broke more records of ‘Captain’ in Game 3 and Game 4 against the Warriors. It is as recent as last night.


LeBron James Breaks Kareem’s Two-Pointers Record In Playoffs

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar LeBron James Source: SBNation

Even at 38, King James is still going strong and is doing his best to help the Lakers beat the Warriors in the second round of the playoffs. The Lakers are close to beating the defending champions, as they currently lead 3-1. LeBron James was again instrumental in beating the Golden State in Game 4. Furthermore, it was a close fight between the two teams. Ultimately, the Lakers beat the Warriors 104-101. Moreover, in Game 4, James scored 27 points, six assists, nine rebounds and one block. While helping the Lakers win such a close contest, King James broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record for scoring most two-pointers in playoffs.

The Lakers hosted the Warriors in Game 4. Furthermore, coming to the Crypto.com arena, King James had the same 2,356 two-pointers as KAJ for the all-time most two-pointers in playoffs. Hence, King James needed just the first two-pointer of his in Game 4 to break the record of Abdul-Jabbar. LeBron James has also equaled Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most All-Star appearances (19). Moreover, in Game 3 against the Warriors, King James broke KAJ’s rebounding record in playoff history as well. It is like LeBron James has made a life mission to break as many Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s records as possible this year itself. In Game 4, the Captain was present to witness King James break another one of his records.

Will The Lakers Win The Next Game To Clinch The Series?

LeBron James Stephen Curry
LeBron James (Lakers) Stephen Curry (Warriors). Source: Golden State Of Mind

Most importantly, LeBron James is still fit and fine to carry the Lakers forward. There were a lot of speculations raised on his fitness after he returned from a month’s gap due to a tendon injury on his right foot. However, King James has done exceedingly well after his return. King James is still among the top players this season. He has led the Lakers well to help them reach round 2 of the playoffs along with Anthony Davis. The LA side is currently on top of the Golden State Warriors, leading the series 3-1.

Stephen Curry and Klay Thomson have to do another miracle to turn things around for the Warriors. They were two games behind against the Sacramento Kings as well in the first round of the playoffs. Curry scored 50 points in Game 7 against the Kings to break Kevin Durant’s record in Game 7 of the NBA playoffs. Hence, there is still a possibility of a heroic comeback from the defending champions. LeBron James knows how good the Warriors’ side is and would never want to get complacent until it is over.