‘King’ James breaks NBA record for longest minutes played on worst loss day

‘King’ LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers set the record for the longest active stint in National Basketball Association (NBA) history on the day he suffered the biggest loss of his basketball career.

James’ Los Angeles Angels lost 94-138 on the road to the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2023-24 NBA regular season at the 현금홀덤사이트 Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Monday (Jan. 28). They were outscored by a whopping 44 points.

It was the largest margin of defeat for James, who turned pro in 2003. The previous record was a 42-point loss to the Indiana Pacers in 2019, also with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

In the game that set a new franchise record, James scored 18 points and dished out five assists. He didn’t grab a single rebound.

But he also reached a milestone that will live long in the history books.

James, now in his 21st season in the NBA, passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s league record of 66,297 minutes in the first quarter.

James also surpassed Abdul-Jabbar’s record of 38,387 points set in February to become the league’s all-time career scoring leader.

Meanwhile, Philadelphia, which improved to 12-5 with the win, moved into a tie for second place in the Eastern Conference, while the Los Angeles Lakers, with a 10-8 record, remained in eighth place in the Western Conference.

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