Lakers star LeBron James tweets out excitement about passing Michael Jordan

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James's layup with 5:38 left in the second quarter helped him achieve the feat.

Los Angeles Lakers superstar small forward LeBron James is set to pass Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan on the NBA's all-time scoring list, and The King is excited about it.

After the game, James reflected on reaching 32,311 points.

Still, it was a special and emotional night for LeBron, who had special Air Jordan 3 inspired LeBron 16s inscribed with "Thank you MJ" on them for the occasion.

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The overall color scheme appeared very similar to the highly-coveted "Kobe Bryant" Air Jordan 3 PE. To me the most incredible thing about that is what an unselfish player that he is.

Not including the current season, James has scored an average of 2,069 points per season over the first 15 years of his career.

Yes, the Lakers have been a disappointment this season. While it is ultimately a business, the Lakers have clearly not been the same since and are on the brink of missing the playoffs for the sixth consecutive season. When we calculated James' chances of finishing his career as the NBA's all-time leading scorer back when he hit the 30k mark, it seemed that he had a pretty reasonable shot to pass Abdul-Jabbar - but his recent injury issues have complicated things. Kobe Bryant now sits in third place at 33,643; Karl Malone (36,928) is second.

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