Lakers forward, LeBron James has hit new scoring heights in the NBA after scoring 46 points in the Laker’s matchup with the LA Clippers.
46 points from LeBron saw him become the first player in the franchise to score 40 points against every team, while also moving him within 178 points of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the NBA’s all-time scoring list.
However, the Lakers severed their season record to 22-26 after losing 133-115 to the Clippers.
Nonetheless, LeBron still racked up the personal records, hitting a new career-best with nine three-pointers, seven assists and eight rebounds, and Lakers coach, Darvin Ham is a fan.
“He’s playing at an unbelievable level right now. It’s amazing to be able to watch.”
It was in his rookie season with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2004, LeBron first hit 40+ points, against the Brooklyn Nets.
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