May 16, 2022

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LeBron James supera a Karl Malone y se convierte en el segundo máximo anotador de la NBA

LeBron James becomes the second best scorer of all time

At 37 years and 80 days old, LeBron James is already the second highest scorer in NBA history for the regular season. The Akron star outperformed Karl Malone tonight in his match against the Wizards (Washington win 119-127), succeeding only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. In total, between the regular stage and the play-off matches, LeBron is already the sole leader of the rankings.

List of top scorers in the regular season:

  1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 38,387 points
  2. LeBron James: 36,947 points
  3. Karl Malone: ​​36,928 points
  4. Kobe Bryant: 33,643 points
  5. Michael Jordan: 32,292 points
  6. Dirk Nowitzki: 31,560 points
  7. Wilt Chamberlain: 31.419 points
  8. Shaquille O’Neal 28,596 points
  9. Carmelo Anthony: 28,042 * points
  10. Musa Malone: ​​27,409 points

List of top scorers in the playoffs:

  1. LeBron James: 7631
  2. Michael Jordan: 5,987 points
  3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 5762 points
  4. Kobe Bryant: 5640 points
  5. Shaquille O’Neal: 5250 points
  6. Tim Duncan: 5,172 points
  7. Karl Malone: ​​4,761 points
  8. Jerry West: 4,457 points
  9. Kevin Durant: 4,454 points
  10. Tony Parker: 4,045 points

Currently, LeBron is the second highest scorer, seventh leading assist and thirty-ninth major in regular season history.

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