LeBron's best days may be behind him, but he is still breaking records.
As of Saturday night, James has scored in double figures in 99.3 percent of his 1,200 career games, the highest mark in NBA history.
At 34-years-old, James is fourth on the All-Time scoring list. If he continues his pace for a few more seasons he stands a good chance of catching Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who is just under 6,000 points ahead in that category.
He made 8-straight NBA Finals, has averaged at least 25 points per game in every season since his rookie year and is on track to build a resume unlike any that has ever existed.
This season, in particular, will be crucial in building that resume. If he fails to win a Championship in L.A., with Anthony Davis, his reputation and legacy as an NBA great may bever be the same again. All pressure is on him to make something of the season ahead.