NBA News – Los Angeles Lakers

LeBron James dunks against the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday. LeBron Makes NBA History – LeBron James moved to within 177 points of the NBA’s all-time scoring record as the Los Angeles Lakers were beaten 133-115 by the Los Angeles Clippers. James scored 46 points in the losing cause but in the process made history as the first player to hit 40 points against every franchise in the league. The 38-year-old also ended the night with a career-high nine three pointers – the first player aged 35 or older to make nine or more threes in a game. “I’ve put a lot of work into it and was able to make a few shots tonight to try to help us stay in the game,” James told reporters. “The Clippers, they are really good – exceptionally good – when they shoot the three ball.” The Clippers made 19 three-pointers during the course of Tuesday’s game, including three from Paul George, who scored a team-high 27 points, and four each from Terance Mann, Norman Powell and Reggie JacksonKawhi Leonard, meanwhile, had 25 points, nine rebounds and three assists. Read more at:  (CNN)

Leave a Reply