It seems every time you tune into a Cleveland Cavaliers game you are watching history unfold before your eyes. Even when the team struggles, you still get to watch one of the greatest players in the history of the league put in work during his seemingly never-ending prime.
During Wednesday night’s loss to the Indiana Pacers, LeBron James added to his resume by becoming just the fifth player in NBA history to have over 400 games with over 30 points. James joined an exclusive club that includes Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, Karl Malone, and Kareem Abdul Jabar.
It’s not easy to watch the Cavs play these days, as the lack of chemistry and preparation has lead to ugly play on both ends of the floor. But the play of LeBron James has been as electrifying as ever, despite not receiving much help.
He is still producing at historic rates and continuing to make it look easy on the court. At almost 32 years old, LeBron is still averaging a career high in field goal percentage and shooting well behind the arc. He is showing no signs of slowing down and will only continue to compile more and more historical accomplishments as the season progresses.