September 28, 2022
1325 points from the record of Mister Gancio Cielo
LeBron James is ready to play a new NBA season, the 20th of his long career. Despite 37 springs on his shoulders, the Los Angeles Lakers ace is still one of the best in the league.
Besides, of course, trying to win the NBA title again, LBJ has another big dream: to become the best all-time scorer in NBA history. At the moment, the first place belongs to the legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38387 points). LBJ is second, at -1325 points from the prestigious record: “Knowing that I am close to breaking the most coveted record of the NBA, a record that seemed unattainable, honors me so much”, the words of him reported by ESPN.