Another day, another milestone for LeBron James.
With a first quarter dunk on a leak out against the Wizards, LeBron James scored his 29,000th career point — doing so at age 32, a year younger than Kobe Bryant, who had held the record for the youngest guy to that number.
LeBron is seventh on the all-time NBA scoring list, tracking down Dirk Nowitzki (who is sixth and still active, but not scoring at near the same rate he used to). LeBron is going to keep climbing that list, you know he’s got No. 4 Michael Jordan (32,292) in his sights.
LeBron went on to put on a scoring clinic against the Wizards Friday night.