Kareem Abdul Jabber will still hold the record
lebron declining....u must be kidding....hes just turned 28.....
remember this...hes in his 10th season...and he doesn't turn 30 until december 2014....think about that
- Durant (35)
- Ibaka (9) Go Okc!!!
- Westbrook (0)
All the Kobe threads when he finally passes MJ on the all-time scoring list are gonna give me a headache.
Miami Heat: 2011 NBA Finals Losers
Although LBJ has quickly moved up the ranks and is on quite a pace, I don't think he'll be able to reach KAJ. If anyone, it has to be Kobe. It all just depends on how much Bryant is willing to push himself and how much longer he decides to continue playing.
The only chance LBJ has, is if he develps more of a consistent jump shot like Kobe did when he took over the Laker team, after Shaq was traded away, and I don't know if he's capable of doing so. Time will only tell, however.
~ Oscar Taveras ~ The next Phenom
I went with my gut here and said Durant. He had led the league in scoring 3x by the time he was 23. That just doesn't happen. He's going to be in that 27-30 range for a long time. In fairness this is actually a really good question. LeBron came right out of HS and he is a scoring machine. You almost forget how much he scores because of his rebounding/passing/defense.
definitely lebron or durant