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    LeBron James: 20,000 points, 5,000 assists: Youngest in history

    LeBron James has passed 20,000 points. James becomes the youngest player in history to cross this mark.

    Also, he passed the 5,000 assists mark.

    James currently has the second-highest PER of any other player to cross this mark, behind only #1 Michael Jordan. He's behind him by .6 points. He has the second-highest points career average of any player that has crossed this mark (behind #1 Michael Jordan again), and the second-highest assist average of any player behind Oscar Robertson. (He has the sixth-highest rebound average.)

    Three MVPs, one Finals MVP, two Olympic gold medals, one scoring title, three conference championships, 20,000 points, 5,000 assists, 5,000 rebounds, 1,000 steals, 500 blocks. Best defender in the NBA on any given night. He is behind only Michael Jordan in consistent productivity.

    AND he's only just turned 28 years old. He's just entering his true prime.

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    One of the GOAT's to be sure.

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    Call him Steve-O.

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    should end in the top 5-10 players just behind the oldies and over any player 90s on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA_Starter View Post
    LeBron James has passed 20,000 points. James becomes the youngest player in history to cross this mark.

    Also, he passed the 5,000 assists mark.

    James currently has the second-highest PER of any other player to cross this mark, behind only #1 Michael Jordan. He's behind him by .6 points. He has the second-highest points career average of any player that has crossed this mark (behind #1 Michael Jordan again), and the second-highest assist average of any player behind Oscar Robertson. (He has the sixth-highest rebound average.)

    Three MVPs, one Finals MVP, two Olympic gold medals, one scoring title, three conference championships, 20,000 points, 5,000 assists, 5,000 rebounds, 1,000 steals, 500 blocks. Best defender in the NBA on any given night. He is behind only Michael Jordan in consistent productivity.

    AND he's only just turned 28 years old. He's just entering his true prime.
    Congratulations! Remarkable feat!

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    Best in the NBA.

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    Lebron is absolutely absurd. The assists totals impress me as much as the points. He is 32 assists away from passing Walt Frazier, a top 10 all time point guard, on the all time assists list and Frazier played 100 more games than Lebron has so far in his career.

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    after its all said and done

    top 5
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    kaj
    lebron
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    My TOP 10 favorite NBA players of All Time

    1. Kobe Bryant
    2. Allen Iverson
    3. Reggie Miller
    4. Andrew Bynum
    5. Wilt Chamberlain
    6. Steve Nash
    7. Lamar Odom
    8. Ben Gordon
    9. Ray Allen
    10. Carmelo Anthony

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    Gunning for that #2 spot for sure! We are witnessing one of the finest performers in sports history. I am one lucky dude having to watch both Jordan and LeBron in their primes. 95% here can't say that

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    Kobe and MJ never left their teams to win a title with two other superstars, js so you guys relax on him being the goat, top 10 yeah but not the best ever

    LAKERS
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    Congrats Lebron...

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    Quote Originally Posted by numba1CHANGsta View Post
    Kobe and MJ never left their teams to win a title with two other superstars, js so you guys relax on him being the goat, top 10 yeah but not the best ever
    im a kobe fan but an objective fan too. had lebron had someone as good as a prime shaq in cleveland he would have never left and when kobe got surrounded with crap he demanded a trade but the FO got him gasol to make the lakers a contender again but you cant say that to lebron, his best teamate in cleveland was ilgauskas. plus cleveland compared to l.a and chicago is just not fair.
    My TOP 10 favorite NBA players of All Time

    1. Kobe Bryant
    2. Allen Iverson
    3. Reggie Miller
    4. Andrew Bynum
    5. Wilt Chamberlain
    6. Steve Nash
    7. Lamar Odom
    8. Ben Gordon
    9. Ray Allen
    10. Carmelo Anthony

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    i really have to start watching some Heat games, this guy is a monster

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    Awesome accomplishment is he the youngest ever and not the quickest to get to this point or both? Due to him entering the league so young and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LakersIn5 View Post
    after its all said and done

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    Fixed

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