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All-Time Leading Scorer in NBA History

All-Time Leading Scorer in NBA History

All-Time Leading Scorer in NBA History

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is an American former professional basketball player. He played for the Los Angeles Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks for over 20 years. In addition to his impressive scoring record, he also set many other records. He is the second all-time leading scorer in NBA history. Read on for more information. This article will give you a quick look at Kareem's career and how he became one of the best players in NBA history.

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James is only 1,887 points away from overtaking Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA's all-time leading scorer. He will have to play one more season to catch up to his predecessor. But he has already defied Father Time to get where he is. His next step will be to get past Shaquille O'Neal, who is just over 1,100 points ahead of James.

James's scoring record will remain unbeaten for some time as he approaches the mark set by Abdul-Jabbar. However, he will have to wait for the postseason before he can pass him. It will take another season for James to catch up to Malone, who is now 1,944 points behind LeBron. If he can reach 4,850 points in a season, he will pass Malone.

James's impressive play during his career helped him to earn his title. His dominant play made him a favorite for the MVP award in every season. He also led his team to a championship in 1998. As a result, he is the NBA's all-time leading scorer. It's also a great honor to be the best player in the world. But his career is far from over.

The NBA's all-time leader in scoring is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. He averaged 24.6 points per game as a Laker and the Milwaukee Bucks. This is still a great achievement, and will be a legendary player for years to come. The all-time leader of the league is Kareem Abdul-Jabbari. The LA Laker's player, James, has had the greatest postseason run of any player in NBA history.

Having played over half of the NBA's history, James is the all-time leader in scoring. His 79th season marks his fourth consecutive title as the all-time leading scorer. He is currently one of four players in the NBA to reach this milestone. This record was set by Michael Jordan. A few weeks later, he surpassed Kareem. Aside from LeBron James, he has also accumulated a record-breaking number of points.

Currently, James is one hundred and sixty-six points behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. His career totals have increased from eighty-five to ninety-five-points. The record was set by Abdul-Jabbar in 1975, so James has a good chance of reaching that milestone in the next few years. But he may be able to pass him in the next season, if he plays a few more years.

The NBA's all-time leader in scoring is LeBron James. The two-time NBA MVP has more points than any other player. With a career average of 42.1 points per game, James is already the all-time leading scorer in the NBA. The top three players in this category are Michael Jordan, LeBron, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. If he can reach the top spot, he will become the all-time leading scorer.

The all-time scoring leader is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. But James' all-time leading scorer record is Karl Malone. His current career total of 1,126 points makes him the third all-time leader, surpassing Abdul-Jabbar. The only other players ahead of him are Michael Jordan and LeBron James. It's important to note that these two players are the top-three all-time scorers in the NBA.

On Saturday night, LeBron James became the all-time leading scorer in the NBA. He needed just 19 more points to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the regular season, and he was able to make it happen. The record book only tracks statistics from regular season games. Despite the fact that LeBron James is closing in on Abdul-Jabbar, he is still the all-time leading scorer in the league.

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