NBA star LeBron James became the league’s all-time leading scorer Tuesday night, dropping 38 points in a 129-123 loss to the OC Thunder. The performance lifted the 38-year-old James past legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who ended his career with 38,387 points in the regular season.
The Akron, Ohio native came into the league in 2003 with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He is a 19-time All-Star, and led his teams to 10 Finals, winning four; two with the Miami Heat, one with Cleveland, one with the Los Angeles Lakers. James also was the NBA’s Most Valuable Player on four occasions.