« If I’d win another championship, I’d cry » – LeBron James expresses his DETERMINATION to win the fifth championship above shattering Kareem Abdul-All-Time Jabbar’s Scoring Record

LeBron James

LeBron James continues to place a higher priority on winning an NBA title than surpassing Kareem Abdul-scoring Jabbar’s record.


« LeBron James » and the concept of greatness go hand in hand. On the list of all-time scorers, he is almost at Kareem Abdul-level. Jabbar’s LeBron James’ ultimate goal still is to win another championship, so this is simply another accomplishment for him.

During the contest against the Detroit Pistons, a fan approached him and inquired about his thoughts about breaking the record. He was asked if he would weep if he broke the scoring mark, to which he said, « If we win the championship, I’ll cry. »

LeBron James led his side to win with a performance of 35 points. He aspires to surpass Kareem’s record before the All-Star break since this puts him closer to it. Fans are happy when the inevitable happens since it is the first time in their life that the supposedly impenetrable score record has even been approached.

The first player in NBA history to rank in the top 20 in points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks, as well as the only one to average at least 25 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 assists per game during the regular season for at least 15 seasons. He also holds other scoring records. LeBron James will attempt to shatter yet another NBA record, perhaps the best ever, in the upcoming contests.


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