King LeBron James scored 44 points as the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Portland Trail Blazers 126-117 on Wednesday in the NBA.
James scored 3 points before the end of the fourth quarter, advancing to fifth place in the list of the best NBA recorders through the ages.
With that number of points, LeBron managed to surpass the Los Angeles Lakers, former Wilt Chamberlain, and ranked fifth in the list of best scorers with a history of 31.425 points.
James' next goal will be to break the legendary Michael Jordan, who scored 32,292 points.
The three most important players are Karim Abdel-Jabbar (38387), Karl Malone (36928) and Kobe Bryant (33643).