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LeBron James Scores 35 & Passes Dirk Nowitzki For Sixth On All-Time Scoring List | October 27, 2018





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The Los Angeles Lakers lost to the San Antonio Spurs 110-106 despite LeBron James’ 35 points and 11 rebounds. LeBron James is on Sixth On The All-Time Scoring List.

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35 thoughts on “LeBron James Scores 35 & Passes Dirk Nowitzki For Sixth On All-Time Scoring List | October 27, 2018”

  1. The best ever! Jordan and Kobe and durant not even top 10 hahaha Man KD sucks. No wonder he needed to join the 73 win team that won the title without him that he also choked a 3-1 lead against the year before to play with 3 all stars and another mvp to win something. Snake KD will never get the respect his talents deserve, he is just so weak mentally. Sucks.

  2. lebron could potentially be number 1 on all time scoring list & for a player that is pass first and barely had a respectable 3 point shot til a few years ago. thats incredible. majority of his points would be dunks

  3. Cavs get Sexton a top 10 draft pick and still 0-6 for the cavs
    Before they say it's Kevin Love who always the best player in cavs so whats up people if you are smart person you know the reason
    Now you know look what is lakers now from dirt to GOLD

    #Lebron the real one

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