Cavs Star LeBron James Climb to 9th Spot of NBA All-time Scoring List

Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James claimed the 9th spot of NBA All-time scoring list today in their game against his former team Miami Heat at Quicken Loans Arena in a 114 – 84 win by the Cavaliers.

Before the game LBJ currently at 10 spot where recently grab in the early start of the 2016 – 2017 NBA Season from Hall of Famer “The Dream” Hakeem Olajuwon. 

The Cavaliers dominated the Miami Heat especially in the second half, where the Heat completely blown away by as much as 30 points. Kevin Love leads all scorer with 28 points, while LeBron James posted 27 points and Kyrie Irving with 21 points.

The Big Three, also made a franchise history to scores 20 points or more in three consecutive games, the second trio in Cavs history to do since 1972.

LeBron James, made a basket early in the 4th quarter and posted his 27 points 8 rebounds and 8 assist in 37 minutes of playing. He surpassed Elvin Hayes to claim the 9th spot of NBA All-time Scoring list and eventually sit out for the remainder of the game where they completely dominated the Heat.

LeBron James, is the youngest to reach the 27,000 milestone in NBA History, he is now currently at 9th place in NBA All-time Scoring List with 27,315 career points as of today’s game results against Miami Heat.

Hall of Famer and 3 time NBA MVP Moses Malone, is the next man in line for LeBron James to surpass who is currently at 8th spot in All-time list. Malone is less than100 pts. Away from LBJ career points but expected to surpass by The King in the next 3 0r 4 games?

James, will only need to scores 23 points or more in the next 3 or 4 games to grab that 8th spot and hopefully by the end of this 2016 – 2017 NBA Season he will surpass the “Diesel” Shaquille O’Neal in 7th spot.