LeBron James has broken the NBA's all-time scoring record, passing NBA Hall Of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. The Los Angeles Lakers superstar forward surpassed Abdul-Jabbar's record in the third quarter of Tuesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Abdul-Jabbar, who retired in 1989, was in attendance for the historic game, along with James' family and friends. The 38-year-old James is in his 20th NBA season and has scored over 38-thousand points in his career. The four-time NBA MVP made his professional debut in 2003 with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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