LeBron James continues to etch his name into NBA history. This weekend, he surged past the great Tim Duncan for 14th place on the career scoring list.
The NBA star hit the milestone in the Cleveland Cavs’ 120-103 win over the Boston Celtics on Saturday. He also became just the third player in NBA history with 700 consecutive games with 10 points or more, joining Michael Jordan (866) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (787).
After the game, LeBron praised Duncan, saying: “He’s the greatest power forward of all time. If not one of the greatest of all time, period.”
James now has 26,378 points, and will pass former Boston great John Havlicek at No. 13 with 26,395 soon.