LeBron James Surpasses Both Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in Most 40-Point Games at 38+

LeBron James breaks the record of Kareem and Michael JordanLeBron James and Michael Jordan (Image Credits: GettyImages)

The Lakers ace LeBron James is not slowing down anytime soon. The 39-year-old keeps breaking records right and left in the league like it is some kind of child’s play. In his recent game, bron overtook Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for yet another record.

James recently achieved a great milestone when he hit the 40,000 career point mark. A feat that was never achieved before by any player. However, the “Chosen One” is growing older, he recently shared an insight on his retirement.

LeBron James surpasses MJ, Kareem in yet another unique record

LeBron James has established yet another record in the NBA. This time has overtaken the legendary Michael Jordana and the NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in most 40-point games at the age of 38 or more. Bron is currently 39 years old and fulfilled the criteria to break the record.

King James has a total of 7 40-point games after hitting the age of 38. He is ahead by two games from MJ who stands at 5 games. He is way ahead of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who stands at 3 40-point games after the age of 38. No one knows how many more records will the Lakers ace break before he decides to call it a day. He recently shared info regarding his retirement as well.


LeBron reveals his NBA career length projection

LeBron James has spoken on the length of his career and how long will it last. After the game against the Nets, Bron gave a post-game interview where he discussed his retirement. “Not very long. I am on the other side of the hill. I am not going to play another 21 years, that’s for sure. But not very long. I do not know what or when the door will close. As far as when I retire, I do not have much time left,” said Bron.

He highlighted that he knows of his growing age and realizes that he doesn’t have much time left in the league. LeBron James joked that he wouldn’t be playing for another 21 years at first but then switched to a more serious tone and confirmed that he doesn’t have much time left. Bron’s words would be disheartening for many fans as they would want to see him play forever. However, everything comes to an end they should focus on enjoying seeing him play while it lasts.

What do you think of LeBron James overtaking MJ and Kareem in another stat? When do you think the Lakers ace will retire? We are eager to know your thoughts, so drop down in the comments and let us know.

“I Wouldn’t Be Able to Handle the Scrutiny”- LeBron James Shares His Pride in Son Bronny Amid Increased Media Focus

LeBron James praises Brony JamesLeBron James and Brony James (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
With the 2024 NBA Draft on the door, most of the focus is on LeBron James’ son, Bronny. Bronny James impressed in the Draft combine to attract some interest despite being deemed as a well short-of a first round talent. Though his father was impressed by his son’s maturity to handle the media pressure due to the Lakers great’s name.

On a recent episode of the “Mind The Game” podcast, JJ Redick asked LeBron if he had talked to his son about the current situation. “You know, he’s definitely not his dad. And I’m not him. I wouldn’t be able to handle the scrutiny and all the things that he got going on, you know, at his age, at his level and with social media, like I didn’t have social media to deal with,” said LeBron.

He further added that the pressure back in his days was different as he was tipped to become the “Chosen One”, but for Bronny that’s not the case.

LeBron James Wants Son Bronny to Follow His Own Path

During the show, JJ Redick also praised Bronny’s poise regarding the situation around him. Being the son of LeBron has its added pressure, but according to the 20-time NBA All-Star, his son has already figured it out.

“Yeah, I think he’s figuring it out. I wanted him to kind of figure it out on his own where he see himself fit in the NBA or where he see what his comp looks like to see him mention guys like Derek White, Jrue Holliday, a few other guys, Marcus Smart, and our league, Davion Mitchell, these are guys who come in and for a team that’s trying to win championships, a team that wants to win every night, these are the players,” said LBJ.

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