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On Wednesday night against the Denver Nuggets, LeBron James surpassed former Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan, who was ranked #4 in all-time scoring with 32,292 points.
James, who has had a roller coaster season, recently surpassed NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain on the all-time scoring list.
While the Los Angeles Lakers are hardly in the playoff hunt, James continues to set himself apart from his peers. With a regular season record of 30-34 going into Wednesday, the front office will go back to the drawing board this summer in hopes of getting into championship contention.
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