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The reasons why LeBron James is the greatest of all time

By James Brown

The reasons why LeBron James is the greatest of all time

We think LBJ is the best of all time and here's why. 

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There are many reasons to think that LeBron James is the best of all time. Over the years King LeBron James has shown us all his qualities to become what he is today. Coming into his 20th season LeBron continues to have exceptional numbers and it doesn't look like he's going to stop anytime soon.

It seems like only yesterday that youngster from Akron was making his debut for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Since then LeBron has earned a place among the best of all time and no doubt when he retires he will bring tears to the eyes of all fans not only of the Lakers but of the NBA. We have many reasons to think LeBron James is the best of all time but as it would take us hours to list those reasons, here are 3 of them.

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1.- The records that King LeBron James has achieved are simply insane. LeBron has records such as being the only player to achieve a 30k- 10k- 10k (points, assists and rebounds), 18 consecutive seasons averaging 25 points or more (and that according to many is not a scorer) and is the player with more selections to be in the top 5 players of the season.

2.- Although he is not the most winningest player in terms of rings, not everyone wins rings with different teams. LeBron James has won 4 championships so far but the incredible thing is that he has done it with 3 different teams (Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, and Los Angeles Lakers). 3.- The hard part is not getting there but staying there and LeBron James has been the most consistent player in the history of the NBA. We don't say so, the statistics say so. In 19 years of career, he averages over 27 points and holds the record for the longest double-digit scoring streak with more than 1000 games with at least 10 points.

The record is getting closer

We almost forgot to mention that LeBron is about to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the all-time leading scorer in NBA history. Kareem finished his career with 38,387 and LeBron currently has 37,062. Everything seems to indicate that this season King LeBron James will become the top scorer in the history of the league and without scoring being his main attribute, which makes him even more impressive.

 


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