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LeBron James Since Entering The League: 1st In Rings, 1st In Wins, 1st In Points, 1st In MVP Awards

LeBron James Since Entering The League: 1st In Rings, 1st In Wins, 1st In Points, 1st In MVP Awards

LeBron James has had a terrific NBA career, having a huge legacy, leaving his mark on the game and becoming one of the best NBA players to ever lived. The King has done everything and people often take him for granted. The truth is, that LeBron has done a lot more than people think or remember; things that put him at a special level above the rest of his competition in the association.

LeBron entered the league with big expectations and he exceeded them. He's one of the greatest right now and nobody can change that. Yet, he still finds ways to impress the fans and Stat Muse recently revealed a series of stats led by LeBron James that are simply mind-blowing. James has done a terrific job, always trying to reach greatness and it's fair to say he's done a terrific job so far. Since entering the league in 2003, LeBron James ranks:

1st in games
1st in minutes
1st in wins
1st in points
1st in MVP awards
1st in All-Star nods
1st in All-NBA nods
1st in playoff games
1st in playoff minutes
1st in playoff wins
1st in playoff points, rebounds, assists

And now, 1st in rings.

Throughout his career, LeBron has won four NBA champions, four regular-season MVP awards, and has played 1266 regular-season games, winning 839 matches. In total, he has played 48,580 minutes, scoring 34,263 points in the process. The King was selected 19 times and played in 18 All-Star games. As of right now, he holds the record for most All-Star Game selections among active players, with 16. He's also recorded 16 All-NBA selections, getting selected to the All-NBA First Team 13 times, twice to the All-NBA Second Team and once for the All-NBA Third Team. James has played in 260 playoff games, winning 172, tallying 10,811 minutes, scoring 7,491 points, grabbing 2,348 rebounds and dishing 1,871 assists. This is something incredible and it shows the great career he's had with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat and now Los Angeles Lakers. Bron has been one of the fiercest competitors in the league and one of the biggest winners. He's still playing at the highest level and obviously, he will keep increasing those numbers as long as he remains active. Of course, he was flattered by this and took to Twitter to express his happiness to have collected great stats over 18 NBA seasons.

LeBron's 2019/20 season was special, and the biggest proof that this man isn't normal. James became the third 35+ player to finish top 2 in MVP voting and was the 2nd-oldest to win finals MVP behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. This man is different and he's not showing signs of slowing down. James' numbers will keep increasing and his rivals must be worried about that.

**Stats provided by StatMuse**