It goes without saying that LeBron James is one of the greatest players of all time. However, some people still take his greatness for granted, and that’s going to backfire once he finally decides to retire and leaves a huge void in basketball.

LeBron James is one of the most dominant players of all time. Game-wise, talent-wise, and accolades-wise. In fact, people don’t seem to put into context just how many different milestones he’s achieved throughout his incredible career.

Some may call it durability, some may call it talent, some may laud his relentless work ethic. Whatever the case, LeBron James holds countless marks in the league. So, clear your schedule, as we’re going to let you know every NBA single record owned by LeBron James.

 

All The NBA Records Owned By LeBron James

(via Hoops Habit)
  • 1st in career Value Over Replacement Player (VORP) (129.79).
  • Most career assists by a forward (9,021).
  • Most consecutive double-digit scoring games: 959 games.
  • Most times being named Conference Player of the Week (64 times).
  • Most times being named Conference Player of the Month (46 times).
  • Most All-NBA First Team selections (16).
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 34,000 points, 9,000 rebounds, and 9,000 assists
  • Only player in NBA history to post at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, 500 assists, and 100 steals in four consecutive seasons.
  • Only player in NBA history to post at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, 500 assists, and 100 steals in a single season for at least eight seasons.
  • Only player in NBA history to post at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, and 500 assists in a single season for at least eight seasons.
  • Only player in NBA history to average at least 25 points per game for 15 consecutive seasons.
  • Only player in NBA history to be in the top 5 all-time in points and top 10 all-time in assists.
  • Only player in NBA history to have at least 9,000 rebounds and 9,000 assists.
  • One of two players in NBA history to win four NBA Most Valuable Player Awards in a span of five years
  • One of two players in NBA history to win at least two NBA Most Valuable Player Awards for two different franchises.
  • One of two players in NBA history to win NBA MVP, Finals MVP, and an Olympic Gold Medal in the same year.
  • One of two players in NBA history to win at least four NBA MVP awards and three NBA Finals MVP awards.
  • One of two players in NBA history to record a triple-double against all NBA teams.
  • One of six players in NBA history to win consecutive Finals MVP Awards
  • Only player in NBA history to post 30 or more points and shoot over 60 percent for six consecutive games in a single season.
  • One of five players in NBA history to average at least 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists in their rookie season.
  • One of five players in NBA history to average a triple-double in a calendar month
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 35 points, 15 assists, and 0 turnovers in a game
  • Most points scored in All-Star games (385).
  • Most three-point field goals made in All-Star games (38).
  • Most field goals made in All-Star games (159).
  • Most times being a starter in All-Star games (16).
  • Most all-time playoff points (7,491).
  • Most all-time playoffs wins (172).
  • First player in NBA history to win Finals MVP with three different franchises (MIA, CLE, and LAL)
  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points (232).Most playoff games with at least 25 points (181)
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points (118).
  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (183).
  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (87).
  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists (26).
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (92).
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (48).
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists (15).
  • Most playoff games with at least 40 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (25).
  • Most playoff games with at least 40 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (14).
  • Most playoff games with at least 40 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists (3).
  • Most playoff games with at least 45 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (10).
  • Most playoff games with at least 45 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (4).
  • 1st in playoff Win Shares (51.0).
  • 1st in playoff VORP – Value Over Replacement Player (33.1).
  • 1st all-time for postseasons with at least 500 total points (9 times).
  • Only player in NBA history to be in the top 10 all-time in career playoff points, rebounds, assists, and steals.
  • Only player in NBA history to be in the top 5 all-time in career playoff points, assists, and steals.
  • Only player in NBA history to score at least 25 points in 15 consecutive playoff games in a single postseason.
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 500 points, 200 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single postseason multiple times (accomplished this five times-2012, 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2020).
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 600 points, 200 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single postseason (accomplished this twice-2012 and 2018).
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 700 points, 200 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single postseason (2018).
  • One of two players in NBA history to record at least 500 points, 150 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single postseason (accomplished this seven times-2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2020).
  • One of two players in NBA history to record at least 600 points, 200 rebounds, and 100 assists in a single postseason twice (2012 and 2018).One of two players in NBA history to score at least 250 points, 100 rebounds,
  • and 80 assists in the first 10 games of the playoffs (2020).
  • One of two players in NBA history to average at least 30 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 assists per game in a single postseason (2015).
  • Only player in NBA history to lead both teams in points, rebounds, assists, blocks, and steals in a playoff series (2016 NBA Finals vs. Golden State Warriors).
  • Only player in NBA history to lead both teams in points, rebounds, assists in a playoff series (twice, 2015 and 2016 NBA Finals vs. Golden State Warriors).
  • One of two players in NBA history to average at least 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists in a playoff series (2017 NBA Finals vs. Golden State Warriors).
  • Only player in NBA history to win over 20 consecutive games in the first round.
  • Only player in NBA history to sweep 10 series in the playoffs.
  • The most consecutive points scored for a team in a playoff game with 25 consecutive points at the Detroit Pistons on May 31, 2007.
  • One of three players in NBA history to record at least 45 points, 15 rebounds, and 5 assists in a playoff game.
  • One of two players in NBA history to have at least 51 points, 8 assists, and 8 rebounds in a playoff game.
  • One of four players in NBA history to record a triple-double in their playoff debut.
  • Most triple-doubles with at least 30 points in the NBA Finals (4).
  • Most three-point field goals attempted in the NBA Finals (255).
  • Most NBA Finals games with at least 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (9).
  • Most defensive rebounds in the NBA Finals (407).
  • Most turnovers in the NBA Finals (198).
  • Most triple-doubles in the NBA Finals (11).
  • Only player in NBA history to play in eight consecutive NBA Finals on different teams and tied for 4th most consecutive finals appearances with Frank Ramsey.
  • Only player in NBA history to average a triple-double in the NBA Finals.
  • Only player in NBA history to score 50 points in an NBA Finals game and lose.
  • Most points per game scored by a player on the winning team in any seven-game NBA Finals series with 29.
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least two triple-doubles with 30 or more points in one NBA Finals series.
  • Only player in NBA history to average at least 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 7 assists in an NBA Finals series (accomplished this six times-2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2020).
  • Only player in NBA history to lead both teams in points, rebounds, and assists in an NBA Finals series. (2015 and 2016; also led both teams in steals and blocks in the 2016 Finals.).
  • Only player in NBA history to average a triple-double in an NBA Finals series.
    James averaged 33.6 points, 12.0 rebounds, and 10.0 assists in the 2017 NBA Finals.
  • Only player in NBA history to average at least 35 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists in an NBA Finals series.
    James averaged 35.8 points, 13.3 rebounds, 8.8 assists in the 2015 NBA Finals.
  • Only player in NBA history to score at least 40 points in consecutive elimination games in a single NBA Finals series.
  • One of three players in NBA history to score at least 40 points in at least three games in a single NBA Finals series.
  • Only player in NBA history to score at least 40 points and record at least half of his team’s assists in an NBA Finals game. James achieved this twice in a single NBA Finals series.
  • One of two players in NBA history to record at least 35 points, 15 rebounds, and 10 assists in an NBA Finals game.
  • One of two players in NBA history to record a triple-double with at least 40 points in an NBA Finals game.
  • One of two players in NBA history to record a triple-double in an NBA Finals clinching game, twice.
  • One of three players in NBA history to record a triple-double in an elimination game in an NBA Finals game.
  • One of three players in NBA history to record a triple-double in Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
  • One of four players in NBA history to score at least 40 points in consecutive NBA Finals games.
  • One of six players in NBA history to record a triple-double in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

LeBron James is also the youngest player:

  • To be selected #1 overall draft pick (18 years of age).
  • To be named NBA Rookie of the Year (19 years of age).
  • To score most points by a prep-to-pro player in their professional debut with (25)
  • To record a triple-double in the playoffs. (21 years, 113 days).
  • Recorded 32 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists on April 22, 2006, vs. Washington Wizards.
  • To score 30 points in a game (18 years, 334 days).
  • Recorded 33 points on November 29, 2003, vs. Memphis Grizzlies
  • To score 40 points in a game (19 years, 88 days).
  • Recorded 41 points on March 27, 2004, vs. New Jersey Nets.
  • To score 2,000 points in a season (2004–05).
  • To average at least 30 points per game in the NBA.
  • To be awarded All-NBA honors (2004–05).
  • To be named to the All-NBA first team (21 years, 138 days).
  • To win an All-Star Game MVP (21 years, 55 days).
  • To lead the league in All-Star voting (22 years, 26 days).
  • To score 2,000 points in seven consecutive seasons (26 years of age).
  • To win the Most Valuable Player award four times (28 years of age).
  • To reach 4,000 playoff points (29 years of age).
  • To reach 5,000 playoff points (30 years of age).
  • To reach 6,000 playoff points (32 years of age).
  • Every thousand point milestone from 1,000 to 34,000.

When it comes to the Cleveland Cavaliers, there’s no denying that he’s the greatest ever. Thus far, he’s their all-time leader in:

  • Minutes played: 33,130.
  • Field goals: 8,369.
  • Field goal attempts: 17,022.
  • Three-point field goals made: 1,251.
  • Three-point field goals attempts: 3,713.
  • Free throws made: 5,130.
  • Free throw attempts: 6,998.
  • Assists: 9,346.
  • Steals: 1,376.
  • Turnovers: 2,973.
  • Points: 34,241.
  • Triple Doubles: 64.
  • Minutes per game: 39.0.
  • Points per game: 27.2.
  • 40 point games: 45.

And if that wasn’t enough, his brief time with the Miami Heat was pretty significant, as he left as their all-time leader in:

  • Minutes Per Game: 38.0.
  • Points Per Game: 26.9.
  • Triple-doubles: 13 (five in playoffs).

So yeah, the next time someone tells you that LeBron James isn’t a dominant player, just show them this list.

Note: All stats and accolades are via Wikipedia and as of the 2019/20 NBA season.

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