LeBron James adds to his legacy, becomes NBA's All-Time Leading scorer
Many people around the sports world love to debate whether Michael Jordan or LeBron James is the greater basketball player. Last night, something happened that no one can debate against; LeBron James broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's all-time scoring record of 38,387 points.
After hitting a tough fadeaway at the end of the third quarter against the Thunder, James was recognized in front of a packed house at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. Laker teammates and family members swarmed James to congratulate him on accomplishing what once seemed like an impossible feat.
As well as teammates, other prominent stars from around the NBA chimed in on LeBron's achievement.
Fierce rival Stephen Curry shows support to one of the game's greatest
One of the game's youngest star's shows love to LeBron after his accomplishment
Lakers legend and former GM Magic Johnson congratulates the King
One of LeBron's best friends, Chris Paul gives LeBron his flowers
NBA commissioner Adam Silver also spoke as to what LeBron's achievement means
Those around the NBA community are in awe of "The Kid from Akron" and are all curious to see how many more points he can add onto his historic feat.