LeBron James Passes Reggie Miller On NBA’s All-Time Scoring List

LeBron James

The Cleveland Cavs lost to the Toronto Raptors this week, but LeBron James managed to pass Reggie Miller on the NBA's all-time scoring list.

LBJ now moves into 18th place in the rankings, with 25,298 career points. Next in his sights is Alex English, who finished his career with 25,613 points.

If James continues to score at a rate of 25 points per game, he'll pass English in 13 games.

After English, John Havlicek is next among retired players at 26,395 (there are three active players between English and Havlicek: Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce). Then, he'll have to pass Dominique Wilkins (26,668), Oscar Robertson (26,710) and Hakeem Olajuwon (26,946).

At James’ current scoring rate, he would pass Olajuwon in the next-to-last game of the regular season.

  • chappedlippz

    Does he also pass Reggie Miller in having the youngest age and hairline at the same time?