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LeBron James passes Michael Jordan for fourth place on NBA's all-time scoring list

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Jordan scored 32,292 career points in 1,072 games and 41,011 minutes.GET MORE NBA: Exclusive content in our Click & Roll newsletterRegardless of the Lakers' season, it is still a special for James. Wow man If James plays the remainder of the season, he will finish with around 32,740 points, which means he will pass Kobe Bryant (33,643) for No. 3 on the all-time scoring list next season, leaving him behind Karl Malone (36,928) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387).But as James has said several times, he doesn’t consider himself a scorer."No, I’m not," he told USA TODAY earlier this season. I can miss four, five of them in a row at this point in my career, and I’ll still take the next one because of the work I’ve put into it."In the past two seasons, James has passed Moses Malone, Julius Erving, Dirk Nowitzki and Wilt Chamberlain on the all-time scoring list.James said it’s surreal to see his name alongside those players, who are either in the Basketball Hall of Fame or will be inducted."I just appreciate the GOATs of this game," James said.

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