LeBron scored more than 10 points for the 1000th consecutive game
LeBron James celebrated turning 36The tenth His birthday to become the first player in NBA history to score 1,000 consecutive matches with at least 10 points.
James’s small shot with 6:15 left in the second quarter in San Antonio gave him 11 match points, marking the 1000th consecutive match in which he scored two goals, an achievement that would be difficult to counter.
The last time LeBron failed to score 10 points in a match It was January 5, 2007, When he had eight points, nine assists and five rebounds to defeat the Cavs Bucks. He has eight record-breaking matches in his career, six of which are coming in 2003-04 (his rookie season).
Remember, this line is only for regular season games. James has it A pair of number one playoff games – In 2011 and 2014 when he was at the Miami Heat. Adding these games to his total regular season number one games, James rises to 10, which is less than 1% (0.654% to be exact) of the 1,529 games in his career (the regular season and playoffs combined).
As he climbed to the scoring lists at all times in Regular Season (No. 3) And the Qualifier (No. 1)James’ scoring consistency is what separates him from other NBA greats past and present. This impending 1,000-game streak of two-digit scoring is the latest example of this consistency.
LeBron averaged 25.3 points per inch last season, which was 12th in the NBA and second on the Lakers to Anthony Davis (26.1 ppi, Tenth in the NBA). It took up to 17 yearsThe tenth LeBron’s season in order not to be the top scorer of his team in a particular season. What he did instead was lead the league in assists for the first time in his career (with the best 10.2 apg of his career).
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While the team’s scoring leader streak was cut, he extended another great streak, averaging over 25 ppg For 16The tenth Consecutive season. Having averaged 20.9 ppg as a beginner, the LeBron has never averaged less than 25 ppg in a single season. This is by far the longest streak in league history. Next closest players are Hall of Famers Karl Malone and Michael Jordan with 11 consecutive seasons (and this if We include Jordan’s 1994-95 comeback season when he played only 17 matches).
LeBron is not the pure goalscorer that Jordan was during his prime. Jordan won ten record titles while LeBron won one. Jordan also has it The highest score in the history of the league At 30.1 ppg, while LeBron’s 27.1 ppg was ranked fourth. But when it comes to longevity and consistency, LeBron has an edge over any of the greats ever.
He looks interesting when he starts to be 18 years oldThe tenth Season, there is no indication that the two-digit scoring streak will end anytime soon. How far can he pay and how long would it take for someone to get a realistic shot of his tag challenge?
Since the 1983-1984 season, he has only been there Nine strips of at least 300 double-digit records Offers. This list includes only two active lines – LeBron at 999 and James Harden at 411.
When we look at active lines, it’s just there Six players beat 75 double-digit matches in a row Enter Wednesday’s matches. After Harden, the longest active streak belongs to Kevin Durant (152 matches), followed by Kawhi Leonard (125), Karl-Anthony Towns (113) and Bradley Bell (109). Add these five together (910) and it won’t be enough to match LeBron’s line.
Among the players with the longest active streaks, Harden probably has the best chance to challenge LeBron. Harden is the league’s leading goalscorer, having led the league in scoring in each of the past three seasons.
However, LeBron is 588 games behind – equivalent to over seven full seasons of 82 games. Plus, LeBron doesn’t stop at 1,000 games. This means this sign will continue to rise, making the challenge even more difficult for anyone.