He did it: LeBron James breaks 1984 record
The player can reach another level if he continues in the league after the contract
Yesterday (07), during the basketball match between the Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder, LeBron James broke the record of player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, of the New Orleans Pelicans, who had scored 27 points in 1984. , took the athlete to the title of greatest scorer in NBA history.
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In an interview with ESPN, LeBron James says about the record: “I didn’t mean to do this. It wasn’t a goal of mine when I joined the league. I never went after any record or wondered if I could surpass such a mark.. It’s one of those things that happens and you don’t even think about the possibility”.
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The player completed saying that “the scoring record never crossed my mind because I’ve always been a guy who passes first. I always loved seeing my teammates succeed. I know how to make baskets. When I say I’m not a scorer, I mean it in the sense that that was never the defining part of my game.”
The player’s contract with the Los Angeles Lakers extends until 2025. If LeBron James continues in the league, with the renewal of the regulation, he could reach another record for the most games and seasons.
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