LeBron James passed Michael Jordan to move into fourth place on the NBA's career scoring list last night (March 6th), in a game that his Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Denver Nuggets 115-99. The 34-year-old James started the game needing 13 points to pass Jordan, who he grew up idolizing, and he tweeted shortly before it started: "Can't even front. This is going to be UNREAL!! Wow man." James scored 31 points in the game, passing Jordan with his 32,293rd point, and finishing the game with 32,311 career points. Ahead of James now are only top career scorer Kareem Abdul-Jabber, Karl Malone and Kobe Bryant.
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