Lebron isn’t slowing down a bit. Early in the 4th quarter the Cavaliers forward caught a lob pass from Matthew Dellavedova for a easy bucket. Although it was a site we have seen time and time again this bucket was special. It helped Lebron become the youngest player in NBA history to score 25,000 points and only the 20th player to do so.

At 30 years and 307 days, Lebron was able to pass Kobe Bryant who had the record before last night.

Already with a lengthy resume, this will be a nice touch for someone who’s already won 2 NBA Championships, 2 NBA finals MVP’s, 4 league MVP awards, 11 All-Star selections, 9 All-NBA First Team Selections, 5 All-Defensive First Team selections, and the Rookie of the Year honors as well. Try and say all that in one breath. Congrats Lebron!

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20. Michigan State University Junior.

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