LBJ Moves On The # 10 Spot of NBA All-Time Scoring List

NBA - Cleveland Cavaliers superstar, 4 time regular season MVP and 3 time NBA Champion LeBron James once again made another milestone of his career as he surpass Hall of Famer Hakeem Olajuwon in NBA All-Time Scoring List.

On November 5, 2016, LeBron James surpass Hakeem Olajuwon and take the # 10 spot in NBA All-Time Scoring List during the early quarter of Cleveland Cavaliers vs Philadelphia Sixer’s game.

James finished the game with 25 points as he improve his all-time career points to 26,970. Hakeem Olajuwon moves down to # 11 spot with 26,946 career points.

The next player to chase by the King are at N0. 9 spot Elvin Hayes with 27,313 career points, N0. 8 Moses Malone with 27,409 career points and possibly surpassed the most dominate big men in NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal who is in N0.7 with 28,596 career points if LBJ continues to average 20-25 points per games by the end of this season?

Currently the top 10 All-time Scoring list has 8 inactive or retired players and 2 active players aside from LBJ, Dirk Nowitzki are the remaining active players on the list. Nowitzki hold the # 6 spot with 29,527 career points. kareem Abdul Jabbar holds the # 1 spot followed by Karl Malone, Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain rounding the top 5 of the list.

James at age 31 is the youngest player ever to reach that spot and he continue to break every milestone especially in NBA Scoring List. Aside from being list in NBA Scoring List, James is also listed in the 25 NBA All-Time Assist, one of only two player in NBA History to be listed in that category together with the Big “O” Oscar Robertson.