LeBron James Surpasses Kobe Bryant As Youngest To Score 29,000 Career Points

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It’s a major win for LeBron James’ NBA career.


Friday, Nov. 3 LeBron James became the seventh player in NBA history to score the 29,000th career point.

In 2012, Kobe Bryant achieved his 29,000th career point, and became the youngest to do so, at age 34 against the Timberwolves. That has now come to an end.

James surpasses Bryant as the new youngest NBA player to achieve the hefty 29,000th career point at only 32-years-old playing against the Wizards. *Sobs in Black Mamba forever.*

On the list of NBA players to have successfully scored the 29,000th career points are: Dirk Nowitzki, Wilt Chamberlain, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Karl Malone and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar leading at 38,387 career points.

Will he dethrone Kareem?

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