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LeBron James can't stop breaking records, latest milestone achieved vs. the Spurs

The LA Lakers superstar LeBron James continues to be impressive at 39 years old, on his year 21 in the league

By James Brown

LeBron James vs. the spurs
LeBron James vs. the spurs
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LeBron James has been unstoppable since arriving in the NBA, 21 years later he continues to dominate the league and now keeps breaking every record possible, and this Friday night he accomplished a new milestone in the contest vs. the San Antonio Spurs.

LeBron James has become the third in all-time Lakers threes, passing Nick Van Exel and being just behind Derek Fisher and the legendary Kobe Bryant. LeBron continues to make history in the NBA and with the purple and gold.

After losing to the Warriors without LeBron, the superstar returned to help the group beat the San Antonio Spurs which have been struggling but have Victor Wembanyama as the best rookie of the season, showing he is a generational talent.

James was back and helped the team get the win by scoring 30 points, 12/22 FG, 2/3 from 3 and 2/2 FT, 7 rebounds, and 9 assists with one steal. LeBron continues to make a difference for the team.

The Lakers had their best starting five against the Spurs

Before the All-Star break, the Lakers' best starting five of the campaign have been D'Angelo Russell, Austin Reaves, LeBron James, Rui Hachimura, and Anthony Davis. After having Taurean Prince as a starter vs. the Warriors because of LeBron's absence, vs. the Spurs, Ham can return to that lineup to get back where they left things for the All-Star break.

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