LeBron James has moved ahead of Michael Jordan for fourth on the NBA’s all-time scoring list, and former Cavs teammates Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye congratulated him in a unique way.
In a historic moment against the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday night, LeBron finished strong at the rim to notch his 32,284th point on his career.
It was one of many great plays that LeBron has made during his career, but it was also one of many shots that he’s taken.
And leave it up to Jefferson and Frye to remind LeBron of his shooting efforts throughout the years:
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) March 7, 2019
You have to give it to these guys for responding in such a hilarious way, as there’s no doubt that they all had a great bond during their days with the Cavs.
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As for LeBron, the majority of his points came with the Cavs, and the franchise gave him an opportunity to showcase his talents as one of the best to ever play the game.
Scoring more points than Jordan is simply a phenomenal feat, and while the debate rages on regarding which player is better, what we do know is that they are on another level.
Next up for LeBron on the list is trying to catch Kobe Bryant.