LeBron James Climbs NBA Records: Surpasses Jason Kidd In Triple-Doubles And Moves Up 3-Pointers List

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In a resilient effort against the Sacramento Kings, LeBron James showcased his enduring greatness, securing his 108th career triple-double and surpassing Jason Kidd for the 5th spot on the all-time triple-doubles list. 

Despite a 125-110 loss, James spearheaded a fourth-quarter rally, highlighting his indomitable spirit on the court.

Notably, this historic triple-double also marked James as the second-oldest player in NBA history to achieve such a feat, a testament to his longevity and unmatched skill set.

Photo: Instagram/LeBron James

Furthermore, with his third 3-pointer of the game, James claimed the 8th position on the all-time 3-pointers made list, surpassing Jason Terry.

Kings coach Mike Brown, who previously coached James in Cleveland, expressed admiration for the basketball icon, emphasizing James' unparalleled abilities at his age. 

As the NBA's all-time leading scorer, James continues to etch his name in the league's record books, currently ranking in the top 5 for minutes played, field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted, as well as assists. 

The question of when James will be done remains uncertain, with his enduring excellence captivating fans and opponents alike.

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Source: NBA


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