Some of LeBron James’ most prized and sought-after pieces of jewelry must be in his collection. The Los Angeles Lakers and the league recently added a brand-new glittering component, marking yet another significant milestone.
On February 7 against the OKC Thunder, “King James” defeated Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become the all-time scoring champion. A customized gold chain made by Eliantte was given to him by the league and the team he plays for.
In recognition of his achievement as the NBA’s All-Time Leading Scorer and Lakers’ All-Time Leading Scorer, LeBron James received a bespoke chain that was created by Elliante. “All-time scoring leader” was the official title engraved at the top of the box. The slogan “The Kid from Akron” appears when the top is opened.
A massive head of a lion with a crown on top is the pendant. The numbers 23 and 6 that LeBron James wore are also prominently and brightly displayed.
The pendant’s back details his 20-year NBA career. The Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, and Los Angeles Lakers—all of whom he has played for—are the first point of discussion.
The words and the accomplishment were engraved by Eliantte:
“Record of LeBron James: The new gold chain will be added to his collection, which already includes four NBA Finals MVP awards, four regular-season MVP awards, and four championships. Another gold-studded ring was presented to James as a result of his participation in the 75th anniversary team.
If the LA Lakers at least make the playoffs, he might get the jewelry he wants so badly. James has always maintained that he plays basketball for the purpose of winning championships. If LA wants to add banner #18 and give James yet another brilliant piece of hardware to show off, they still have a lot of work to do.
The 19-time NBA All-Star last played on February 26, when the Dallas Mavericks were defeated 111-108. He made 10-23 of his field goal attempts, including 1-6 from behind the art, and scored 26 points in 37 minutes. In addition, James hit 5-7 free throws.
The history of the NBA, only two players have scored at least 38,000 points. Only LeBron James and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar are on that exclusive list.
With the way “King James” has been playing, it should be easy for him to reach 40,000 points. Given he’s solid, he ought to be a snap to go by that beforehand incomprehensible imprint.
James is just 1,550 points away from that stupendous total. He has scored 1,388 points already this season in 47 games. In 56 games last year, he had 1,695 points.
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