LeBron James is still going strong in his career, and for now, it’s safe to say he won’t be letting up any time soon.
James made history earlier this week by adding another accolade to his resume. He grabbed his 10,000th career rebound in a 111-104 loss to the Indiana Pacers. James is currently 42nd on the all-time rebounding list, with DeAndre Jordan (No. 41) and Dwight Howard (No. 10) being the only active players ahead of him. He’ll likely make the top 25 before the end of his career.
On top of grabbing his 10,000th rebound, James became the first player to reach 30,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 9,000 assists. He is third in all-time scoring with 36,319 and is only 609 points away from Karl Malone. James also passed Oscar Robertson on the all-time assists list earlier this month. James has 9,908 assists, and his close friend Chris Paul is the only active player with more (10,715). There is a strong chance both will climb up the list.
James is one of the greatest players in NBA history. And before it’s said and done, he’ll accomplish even more.