LeBron James might go down in history, keeps on breaking NBA records

The Lakers star player LeBron James, who is turning 39 years old, is heading to the 21st NBA season of his career.

Although he has already reached retirement age, there is no sign of degeneration of his overall condition.

Therefore, it seems that he can still keep on playing for 1 to 3 seasons with his physical condition. 

LeBron James’ dominance in the NBA has lasted for 20 years.  It is possible that he will break lots of NBA records.

They were the NBA’s all-time scoring leader, 20 All-Star Games, longest playing time, most games played, most seasons played, steals record, three-point shot goal record, free throw record and Triple-double.

The greatest is the NBA’s all-time scoring leader.

Currently, the first is the score of 38652 held by the Lakers Hall of Fame player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

LeBron James is only 1348 points behind this record. 

Based on the data of stable scoring of 1500 points per year in the past 20 years, it is possible to score the record of the first in this year. 

Also, LeBron James is heading to the 21st season of his career. 

He is ranked 2nd with Kevin Garnett, German player Dirk Nowitzki, The Chief Robert Parish and Kevin Willis.

The record holder is season 22nd Jumpman Vince Carter.

However, LeBron James is different from the players above, he is still in the peak state.  There is no doubt that he will break the record.

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