Published: Thu, January 25, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

LeBron James becomes youngest ever to 30000-point National Basketball Association milestone

LeBron James becomes youngest ever to 30000-point National Basketball Association milestone

After LeBron James became the youngest player in National Basketball Association history to score 30,000 career points in the Cavaliers-Spurs game on Tuesday night, the Cavs shared an awesome video of a bunch of different people congratulating the three-time champ on his accomplishment.

But Gregg Popovich's squad answered right back - with Patty Mills' three-pointer capping a 7-2 run that gave the Spurs enough room to hold off the Wine & Gold the rest of the way. He's a fine defender. San Antonio is 28th out of 30 teams in scoring with an average of 100.6 points a game, and is 18th in field-goal percentage.

'I don't ever fully appreciate what I do anytime I accomplish something, no matter if it's a win or a loss, ' James said.

He missed his first two mid-range jumpers against San Antonio before making two driving lay-ups and a 20-footer.

Oklahoma City rallied from 15 points behind in the second half, before an exhilarating final two and a half minutes in which the lead changed six times before Westbrook's coup de grace.

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For complete coverage of James' big moment and the reaction to it, check out throughout the night. "I'm giving all my effort and my energy to my teammates, when we're getting ready to go out there and play". By congratulating himself before he actually gets the thing, he's assured that he'll be the first to do so.

"That's what's been going on around the league the whole year, a bunch of that". Jordan Clarkson finished with 22 points, Julius Randle had 14 pointsand 14 rebounds for Los Angles, which won its third consecutive game. "That's all I can do tonight and moving forward these last 35, 40 games and overall just try to help this team".

Kyrie Irving scored 33 points for the Celtics, who opened a four-game road trip by extending their longest losing streak in almost two years to four.

In Florida it was a good night for Garrett Temple who scored a career-high 34 points, including 19 in the fourth quarter to see the Sacramento Kings edge Orlando Magic 105-99.

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