‘Witnessed history’: World reacts to LeBron James breaking all-time scoring record

LeBron James etched his name in history on Tuesday night.

With a step-back two-pointer against the Oklahoma City Thunder, James collected his 38,388th points which broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s all-time scoring record.

The game came to a stop at Crypto.com Arena to acknowledge the greatness of James’ feat. The praise continued to pour on social media as the 19-time All-Star and the Lakers continued on to play the fourth quarter.


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