LeBron James just keeps on reaching new heights. In the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 107-87 victory over the Brooklyn Nets a few days ago, James moved past Dominique Wilkins in the NBA’s all-time scoring ladder.

In their next game, the Cavs visited the Atlanta Hawks and FOX Sports Ohio was able to get a clip of Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins tipping his hat to the four-time Most Valuable Player.

In the same game, LeBron James went up another spot in the all-time leaderboard, passing one of the best all-around players in league history in Oscar Robertson. James now has a total of 26,718 points for his career so far.

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Next up on the target list is Houston Rockets great Hakeem Olajuwon at the 10th spot with 26,946 points. Looks like “The Dream” has been spared a few more months before taking a step back for “The King”.