With his 25 points vs. Philadelphia on Saturday in his 993rd regular season game, LeBron James moved to the No. 10 spot in the league’s all-time scoring list ahead of legendary center Hakeem Olajuwon, who played 1,238 contests (that’s 245 more than LeBron) during his 18-year pro career.
With that, James became the only player in the Top 10 in scoring and Top 18 in assists in NBA history. Among the top scorers, Kobe Bryant comes the closest to LeBron in assists at No. 29, although it took him 20 years to take here. LeBron has just started his 14th NBA season.