LeBron James and Los Angeles Lakers will be on the field tonight when they face the Golden State Warriors. The Lakers have lost their last two games and are looking to secure a win tonight as they struggle to return to victory.
This is James’ fourth game back from an injury that saw him miss five games. The Lakers have lost 1-2 since his return.
James has averaged 29.1 points per game this season and could challenge for the goalscoring title in 2022. A feat he seems to have achieved with ease despite being 37 years old and playing this season. 19th.
The 4-time NBA champion can break the scoring record tonight. He is only 19 points away from breaking Kareem Abdul-JabbarThe record for most regular-season and playoff points combined in NBA history.
Fox Sports reporter Nick Wright has expressed his disappointment at the lack of fanfare surrounding the legendary achievement. His comment is shown below.
“The NBA has been celebrating for weeks in anticipation of Steph breaking the all-time 3pt record. LeBron will score more points than anyone in the NBA by the end of the night and no one even realizes. So sad!”
LeBron James looks set to break NBA records for most points in the regular season and knockouts combined tonight
The Golden Empire Warriors host the Lakers at Chase Center for their 31st home game of the season. With 56 games played, the Lakers only got 26 wins, a win-loss ratio of 46.4.
Only 19 points behind the record, LeBron James looks likely to meet and surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 44,149 points. It should be noted that this statistic includes both regular season and playoff totals.
James has scored more than 25 points per game in his last 21 appearances for the Lakers. This leads many to believe that he will most likely eclipse the 19-point mark tonight against the Warriors.
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By the end of the game, he’s likely to be the record holder for the most points in regular season and playoffs combined in NBA history.
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