LeBron \”King\” James completed 20 years in NBA last month. Thus James became one of the longest-serving players in the history of basketball. Over the last 20 years, James has created as well as broken many records. The recent one was becoming the second player after Kareem Abdul Jabbar to surpass 38,000 career points. Moreover, the forward is set to surpass the all-time record of leading point scorer in the history of the NBA.

Meanwhile, LeBron James turned 38 last year in December. And since then, fans and critics are questioning James\’ longevity. Even after being the leading scorer for the Lakers, the team is in a bad position on the points table. As a leader of the team, the blame falls on LeBron\’s shoulders. However, reacting to criticism, LeBron provided a major update on his future in NBA after the conclusion of the ongoing season.


LeBron James Rubbishes Rumors Of Retirement, To Continue For A Few More Years

LeBron James

The Lakers won the game against Knicks last night. The game moved to overtime, wherein the Lakers held their nerves and closed the game. LeBron James and Anthony Davis were the heroes for the Lakers as they scored 28 and 27 points, respectively. Moreover, James created another history by surpassing Steve Nash to rank 4th on the all-time high career assists. A delighted LeBron James addressed the media alongside AD and gave a major update on his future in the NBA.

LeBron James was asked to react on his being just 89 points away from being the all-time leading point scorer in the history of the NBA. The record right now sits with Kareem Abdul Jabbar with 38,387 career points. Answering the question, LeBron said he is confident of achieving the momentous feat, and it\’s just a matter of time before he gets there.

LeBron James on chasing the NBA’s all-time scoring record: “I’m going to do it. It’s just a matter of time when I’m going to do it. I’m not going anywhere. I’m going to be in this league for at least a few more years.” pic.twitter.com/kIPmDFwF0F

— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) February 1, 2023

King James further revealed his future plans and said he is not going anywhere and plans to stay in the league for a few more years. Earlier, James expressed his desire to plan alongside his son Bronny James before closing curtains on his glorious career. Hence, the legend is likely to wait until that happens.

Kareem Abdul Jabbar Has A Message For LeBron


Kareem Abdul Jabbar holds the record for scoring the highest number of points in the history of the NBA league. The record has remained unbroken for almost 38 years now. Well, not anymore. LeBron James is approaching the record at rocket speed. The Lakers forward is 89 points away at the moment and is likely to achieve the historic feat in the next 2-3 games. Ahead of the record-breaking event, Kareem Abdul Jabbar has a heartwarming message for LeBron James.

\”I\’ve been carrying the torch as record holder for 38 years. I\’m excited and relieved to pass it along to the next worthy recipient. LeBron earned it and I hope he carries it even longer than I did.\”

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar\’s statement to Don Lemonpic.twitter.com/aCPzjYXB6I

— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) February 1, 2023

In a quoted message shared by Don Lemon, Kareem Abdul Jabbar said he has been carrying the record for 38 years now and feels a sense of relief to pass the torch to the next worthy recipient. Kareem added LeBron has earned the historic feat and wished him to carry the record longer than he did. Well, brace yourselves to witness history in the making, probably this week itself.

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