LeBron rewrote the NBA history!

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LeBron rewrote the NBA history!

LeBron James is an active supporter of many charities, including the Boys & Girls Club of America, Children's Defense Fund, and ONEXONE. He also founded his own association, called LeBron James Family Foundation, based in Akron, his hometown.

He is also one of the producers of the television show The Wall. On 30 July 2018 he inaugurates a public school in his hometown Akron, the I Promise School to give a completely free study opportunity to children living in difficult conditions.

Starting from June 2019 he participates in the filming of Space Jam: New Legends, of which he will be the protagonist and co-producer, released July 16, 2021. On December 13th, with 30 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the victory against the Orlando Magic, he becomes the oldest player ever to make a triple double with at least 30 points, surpassing, at the age of 36 years and 347 days, the Kobe Bryant's previous record (36 years and 99 days).

On December 25th, thanks to the 39 points scored against the Brooklyn Nets, he becomes the best Christmas Day scorer in NBA history, again surpassing Bryant's previous record. On December 28th, at the age of 36 years and 363 days, he becomes the youngest player ever (and the third overall, after Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Karl Malone) to reach 36,000 career points.

In the same match he also becomes the first player ever to score at least 30 points in five consecutive games after turning 36. On January 9th, in the defeat against Memphis, he overtook Oscar Robertson in seventh place in the ranking of the best assistmen ever.

Now LeBron James rewrote the NBA history! With 26 points in his Los Angeles Lakers' defeat against Golden State, LeBron has become the best scorer in NBA history. He made 44,157 points scored, split into 36,526 in the regular season and 7,631 in the playoffs, against Abdul-Jabbar's 44,149 points, 38,387 and 5,762, second ever.

Latest James' interview

LeBron James, after the Los Angeles Lakers win against the New York Knicks, spoke about the future of him and teammate Russell Westbrook. Regarding his future, James said: "I don't like doing fantasy basketball, that's the group at the moment.

If you get a chance to explore the market and see what options can improve the team, you have to do it. If Rob and I have talked about it? Ask him." Regarding his physical condition, LeBron added: "I have had the usual treatments and rested.

I feel good and evaluate how I will feel in the next few hours; I will continue to do what I have been doing for the past two weeks to make sure I am at my peak. form." About Westbrook he said: "We are in a difficult time, all together.

There is no culprit to point the finger at. There is no player who is doing better than others. When we lose, we lose and when we win we all do it. together. Easier than that."