LeBron James is already the fourth highest assister in NBA history

Lebron James continue with a devastating step with los angeles lakers in the nbatonight in the game against the new york knicks has made history again.

Against the Knicks, the King recorded a triple-double with 28 points, 11 assists and 10 boards.

With this it has become fourth-highest assister in history (since it hit 10 tonight); the milestone occurred during the last period with 08:49 on the clock, when he attended Troy Brown Jr.. to hit a triple.

LeBron James registers 10,337, beating Steve Nash with 10,335 from Nash and 10,334 from Mark Jackson.

Above James are Chris Paul with 11,194 assists in third place; Jason Kid with 12,091 assists in second place and John Stockton with 15,806 assists in first place.

The record for the highest number of points could break it this weekend

On the other hand, it has narrowed the gap a bit more than Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record 38,387 points for the most points in NBA history; LeBron has racked up 38,299 points, just 88 points shy of tying the record (89 shy).

The most likely projection to break the record could be next Saturday in the game against the New Orleans Pelicans.

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