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One More Proof Of LeBron James' Greatness

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Credit: Getty Images

There is no doubt LeBron James is one of the greatest ever to play the game of basketball. The King has achieved a lot of things throughout a successful career that will probably end with James playing at the highest level.

This season started in a very good way for Bron, who keeps demonstrating he’s not normal. LeBron is trying to lead the Lakers to win another championship alongside Anthony Davis, and the future Hall of Famer is posting numbers that make their legacy bigger than it already is.

Right now there are only six players that made their debut before 2005, LeBron James, Kyle Korver, Dwight Howard, Trevor Ariza, Vince Carter, and Tyson Chandler. Out of those players, there is only one averaging more than 10 points per game. Yes, you guessed right, LeBron James.

The Los Angeles Lakers star is currently averaging 26.4 points per outing, followed by Korver and his 8.6 ppg.

Dwight Howard, James’ teammate in the Lakers, averages 5.4 points, Trevor Ariza is next with 3.2 points, followed by Vince Carter and his 3 points per game while Tyson Chandler has posted 2.8 ppg with Houston this campaign.

It’s not only that he’s averaging more than 10 points per encounter, but it’s also the way he’s doing it with his 26.4 points and the huge difference that exists between his numbers and the next player on the list. This is just the way things are with Bron. Total domination.

**Stats provided by Basketball Reference**