10 Records LeBron James Can Break By His Retirement
Despite being arguably the best basketball player in the world right now, many critics of LeBron James say that he does not stack up against the greats to ever play the game (e.g. Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kobe Bryant, Bill Russel, etc.). Others say that according to his current pace and performance through 12 seasons, he will be on par with the NBA legends by the time he retires. Scroll down to see which records LeBron is most likely to break by the time he retires!
10. Most Free Throws Made in Playoffs
Michael Jordan holds the record for free throws made in the playoffs with 1463 made. This number won’t increase since M.J. has retired, which makes it easier for the King to beat this feat. LeBron is currently at #4 all-time with 1226 free throws made, and he has definitely got at least 5 more good seasons in him. He will definitely play the rest of his career on competitive teams, which makes it likely that this record will be broken.
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