Lakers forward, LeBron James has hit new scoring heights in the NBA after hitting 46 points in the Lakers’ match-up with the LA Clippers.

46 points from LeBron saw him become the first player in the franchise to score 40+ points against every team, while also moving him within 178 points of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the NBA’s all-time scoring list.

However, the Lakers severed their season record to 22-26 after losing 133-115 to the Clippers.

Nonetheless, LeBron still racked up the personal records, hitting a new career-best with nine three-pointers, seven assists and eight rebounds, and Lakers coach, Darvin Ham is a fan.

“He’s playing at an unbelievable level right now. It’s amazing to be able to watch.”

It was in his rookie season with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2004, LeBron first hit 40+ points, against the Brooklyn Nets and 19 years down the line, every franchise in the league has been stung by a 40+ points LeBron performance.

NBA: LeBron James hits 40 points against all 30 teams; further closes in on Abdul-Jabbar
NBA: LeBron James hits 40 points against all 30 teams; further closes in on Abdul-Jabbar

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