- LeBron James shared a wonderful moment with his son before surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's record
- He scored 38 points against Oklahoma City Thunder to become the highest-scoring player in NBA history
- Minutes before the record-breaking feat, James' son, Bronny James had dared him to 'go for the record'
That LeBron James is one of the best basketball players ever is no longer in doubt.
The 38-year-old has dominated the sport for close to two decades, putting himself in the same conversation as the legends who came before him.
On Wednesday, February 8, the Los Angeles Lakers star broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's record to become the highest-scoring player in the history of the game - a scoring king.
That LeBron James is also a good father and a husband is also not in doubt. Going by how his family is always by his side during his huge moments, James is one lucky human being.
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LeBron James' family
He has three children - Bronny, Bryce and Zhuri - with his wife of 10 years, Savannah.
During his record-breaking night, James' family were at the Crypto.com Arena to watch him make history against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
As Marca reports, the four-time NBA winner exchanged some beautiful words with his son, Bronny before the start of the second half.
At that time, James was only 16 points away from breaking the record.
Here's how the conversation panned out:
"Right here, huh? Sixteen points. Eight points a quarter," James stated.
Bronny then replied with 'go ahead'.
"Go ahead and get it?" James responded. "Alright. I'll get it."
And get it he did. As soon as his record-breaking basket went in, James' sons and wife were up on their feet to celebrate the crowning of a legend.
You will never see anything as prophetic as this.
Celebrities congratulate LeBron James
Sports Brief also reported on LeBron being serenaded by celebrities, following his record-breaking night at the Crypto.com Arena on Wednesday.
He bagged 38 points against the OKC Thunder to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the highest-scoring player in the history of the NBA.
Abdul-Jabbar broke Wilt Chamberlain's record in 1984, extending it by the time he retired in 1989. By that time, he had amassed 38,387 points.