LeBron James Shares The Truth About His Underrated Scoring Ability: "A Pass-First Guy Is The All-Time Scoring Leader"

LeBron James reacted to becoming the first player in NBA history to score 39,000 points on Instagram.

LeBron James broke the 39000-point barrier during the Lakers win over the Utah Jazz earlier this week.  

While he didn't react to the achievement immediately after the game, 

he did show off on Instagram by making a very strong observation about how his critics tried hurting his reputation as a scorer his entire career. 

Many people believe James' scoring record will never be touched, especially by any of the players in the NBA 

Luka Doncic is one player who could make a dent in the record, but it doesn't look like even he will be motivated enough to play that long. 

Everyone knows LeBron has his eyes on reaching 40,000 points, an achievement he could wrap up this season, provided he can stay on the floor with good health.  

He's already at 39,038 points and would need under 40 games, with his current scoring average of 25,7 points per game this season. 

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