NBA’s record of the all-time leading scorer is on the line as LeBron James seems all healthy to break it this year.

LeBron James is undoubtedly one of the greatest players in the history of sports. This upcoming season can prove why he is the king of the NBA as he is about to touch one more statical milestone, the all-time leading scorer in the league.

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"He Would Love To Do It There" - Dave McMenamin Breaks Down When LeBron James Could Pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's Scoring Record 3

Lakers star can make history in NBA season 2022-23 by becoming the greatest scorer of all time by leading the tally in the books. The current leading scorer is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and LeBron is following his footmarks.

Where is LeBron James on All-Time Scoring List?

James is all set to reach the top as he is now standing at 37,062 points behind the only Kareem with 38, 387 points.

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Last season, Bron averaged 30.3 points per game while shooting more than 52% from the field. Year 20 in the league for the king is approaching but he is not showing any signs of slowing down.

Kareem retired in 1989 with a special record that is yet to be touched. LeBron will be turning 38 this December and soon after that, he is expected to break the record of the legend Abdul-Jabbar.

When Will LeBron Become NBA’s Leading Scorer

Dave McMenamin of ESPN discussed the chances and analyzed the timeframe when Bron can own that record. If LeBron can maintain an average of 25 points per game, he can reach the milestone around the all-star break.

Dave McMenamin said during the NBA today that “At Celtics, he would love to do it there”, discussing possibilities of him leading the all-time scoring list on January 28, 2023.

It would take him 53 games if he can manage those stats throughout. He also analyzed the possibilities of him passing Kareem Abdul against the Golden State Warriors.

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