Utah jazz legend outlaws Karl Malon James deserves 1458 points to surpass Rim Abdul Jabar and become the highest scoring player in the history of the association.
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Los Angeles Lakers striker Lebron James is the second-highest scorer in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
James scored 38 points against the Washington Wizards last night, which the Lakers lost 119-127. The Lakers leader became the game’s most successful player with ten assists and six assists.
LeBron James equals Michael Jordan’s NBA record.
James finished second in the NBA regular season. He now has 36,929 points on his account. He surpassed Carl Malon (36,928) for Utah Jazz and Lacers.
Karem Abdul-Jebar leads the NBA by points. The former Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Lacer Center scored 38,387 points in the regular season.