LeBron James continues to churn out milestones in an already historic career. The Cleveland Cavaliers star passed the 29,000 career points mark on Friday night at Washington, becoming just the seventh player in NBA history to do so. At 32 years old, he is the youngest player in league history to reach that milestone, edging Kobe Bryant (33 years, 199 days) by a fair margin. In the process, James also passed Kevin Garnett and former Celtics great John Havlicek for 11th on the all-time field goals made list.
LeBron becomes 7th NBA player to reach 29,000 points
NBA.com | Nov 4