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NBA All-Star LEBRON JAMES promises to “play for a few more years.”


LeBron James, a star in the NBA, has promised to continue playing after passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to hold the record for most points scored in league history.

The Lakers forward, 38, needed 36 points to break the scoring mark going into the game against Oklahoma City, and he finished with 38 points in a 133-130 defeat.

With regard to his achievement, James stated: “I know I can play a couple more years. The way I’m feeling, and the way my body has been responding to me throughout this course of the season, I know I can play a couple more years.”

“I feel like I can go out there and still assist win several championships or win a championship for any group of players, for any franchise, so that’s my approach,” the player said.

It’s so unbelievable, he said, since it’s something I never intended to achieve or set out to do.

James needed 36 points to break Abdul-record Jabbar’s of 38,387 established in 1989 going into the game versus OKC. On 10.9 seconds left in the third quarter, he broke the record with a signature fadeaway jumper.

In a series of video greetings, celebrities like Rihanna, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, and basketball greats Stephen Curry and Shaquille O’Neal praised James for pulling off the feat.

James was directly questioned on the TNT panel by O’Neal about whether or not he was the unquestioned Greatest Of All Time (GOAT). He stated:

“I always think I’m the best player this game has ever seen, but there are so many other amazing players, and I’m just glad to be a part of their journey.”

With Abdul-Jabbar courtside to hand the baton after his record was ultimately broken, this was a historic night.



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