The legacy of LeBron James in the NBA still has a lot to tell and with a super team that formed the Los Angeles Lakers for the 2021-22 season, Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis and Carmelo Anthony will be the best allies to achieve these five marks.
One of the least recognized aspects of LeBron James is the three-point shot, but longevity after 18 seasons has him close to entering the top 10 of the players with the most three-point field goals. ‘El Rey’ will start the 2021-22 season with 1,979 three-point shots and if he reaches 2,000 he will surpass Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Kidd to be the tenth player in this field.
Although the name of the Los Angeles Lakers star is not close to the 10 players with the most rebounds in NBA history, if he captures 249, last season he achieved 346, he will reach the mark of being the 41 player who has 10,000 bounces.
If you take into account that in the 2019-20 season, ‘El Rey’ scored 1,698 points without injury, if he stays healthy for the 2021-22 campaign, he will surpass Karl Malone as the second player with the most points in history. LeBron James and his 35,367 units are getting closer to Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s record: 38,387 points.
LeBron James May Achieve NBA Win Record 2021-22
With 55 victories for the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James would surpass Tony Parker and Dirk Nowitzki as the eighth most triumphant player in NBA history and at the start of the 2021-22 season with 869, it is not unreasonable to think that ‘The King’ He will join Tim Duncan (1,001), Robert Parish (1,014) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1,074) as the only players with 1,000 or more wins in a couple of seasons.
LeBron’s NBA title to catch up with Kobe Bryant and get closer to Michael Jordan
One of the arguments that great legends like Magic Johnson raise to consider LeBron James in the GOAT discussion is a fifth champion ring and if he manages to win the NBA 2021-22 title with the Los Angeles Lakers he will have five championships, he will equal Kobe Bryant and Larry O’Brien will be just one trophy away from tying Michael Jordan. (Bolavip)