Lakers present LeBron James exquisite diamond memento commemorating “monumental” scoring title triumph

LeBron James has officially eclipsed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the leading scorer in NBA history after doing so in a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in February.

What LeBron has accomplished is undoubtedly no easy task. It seems more unlikely that LeBron James will win his fifth NBA championship this year, because of this, the Los Angeles Lakers made sure to recognize that achievement with a special tribute befitting of a king. Abdul Jabbar’s 38,387 points remained for over four decades.

LeBron James is represented by a number of elements on the diamond-studded gold necklace, including the roaring lion associated with his Nike company and crowned with his “LJ” emblem. It’s unquestionably a great tribute to James, and considering that it boasts the words “NBA ALL-TIME LEADING SCORER” across the front of the pendant, one might even argue that it surpasses the championship rings in terms of excellence.

LeBron James

The Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, and Los Angeles Lakers are listed on the back of the necklace, along with his jersey numbers 23, and 6, and career statistics. It also qualifies for a special gift because it comes with a box that reads “All-Time Leading Scorer” on top and “The Child From Akron” inside the lid.

The item was created by the brand’s owner, Elliot Eliantte. On Monday, he posted an image of the finished result in which he embodies every aspect of James’ career.

The solid gold, diamond-encrusted pendant hangs from an infinity link chain that is a trademark of Eliantte and is affixed with a diamond-encrusted NBA emblem.

NBA scoring supremo LeBron James

On Tuesday against the Oklahoma City Thunder, James surpassed Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s 38,387 career point total, breaking one of the sports’ most revered marks that he had held for almost 40 years.

The Lakers player surpassed Abdul-Jabbar to become the NBA’s all-time greatest scorer despite playing 150 fewer games (1,410 as opposed to 1,560) and scoring an average of 27.2 points per game as opposed to his predecessor’s 24.6.

LeBron James

Since April 5, 1984, when he overtook Wilt Chamberlain’s prior record, which James has subsequently broken, Abdul-Jabbar had been in the lead.

James has dominated all of his opponents, along with fellow player Russell Westbrook, and is one of just two players to have produced a triple-double against every team in his 20-year career.

With the exception of the Cavs, James has played at least 30 regular-season games against every team since his debut in 2003, adding more, his highest points-per-game average came against the Boston Celtics (29.1) and his lowest came against the Detroit Pistons (24.1).


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