LeBron James Becomes NBA's All-Time Leading Scorer
On Tuesday, LeBron James made one of the most significant baskets in league history, shattering Kareem Abdul Jabbar's record of 38,387 points.
On Tuesday night, lower-level tickets for the Los Angeles Lakers' game versus the Oklahoma City Thunder started at $1,067 and went as high as $75,000.
According to media sources, the average cost of Lakers tickets has grown by 211% since the season's start as James gets closer to breaking the record.
LeBron James was within 36 points of breaking the NBA's all-time scoring record before the tuesday's game.
On October 29, 2003, James, then a rookie at the age of 18, scored his first NBA points against the Sacramento Kings by making a 16-foot jumper off a pass from Ricky Davis.
In front of a monument of Lakers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar outside Crypto.com Arena, fans were seen sporting LeBron James shirts and goodies.
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