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LeBron James becomes youngest ever to 30000-point National Basketball Association milestone

LeBron James becomes youngest ever to 30000-point National Basketball Association milestone

After LeBron James became the youngest player in National Basketball Association history to score 30,000 career points in the Cavaliers-Spurs game on Tuesday night, the Cavs shared an awesome video of a bunch of different people congratulating the three-time champ on his accomplishment. There's so many people to thank who has help this even become possible (so thank them all) and when u finally get your moment (alone) to yourself smile, look up to the higher skies and say THANK YOU! James also had nine rebounds and seven assists in the contest.

LeBron James was named the 2016 NBA Finals MVP after leading the Cavaliers to their first-ever NBA Championship.

Following that season, the Cavaliers signed Dellavedova and immediately traded him to Milwaukee for the rights to Albert Miralles, cash considerations, and $4.8 million trade exception.

Westbrook made 12 of 27 shots and scored eight of Oklahoma City's last 12 points down the stretch.

LeBron James first took the league by storm as a rookie in 2003.

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James, who turned 33 on December 30, surpassed Kobe Bryant as the youngest player to hit the 30,000 figure.

Prior to Tuesday's game, James took to Instagram to congratulate himself. Additionally, James reached this mark in 1,107 games.

"It's an awesome achievement", San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said, "but what else do you say about LeBron that we haven't said many times before? Just a great, great competitor and a great player". James wrote in the caption of a young photo of himself.

LeBron was previously the youngest player to reach 10,000 career points and 20,000 career points, respectively. He's a little more than 8,000 points below the NBA's best scorer, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

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