LeBron James is good in pretty much everything he does on the court. The Lakers star won four MVP awards and a scoring title. Everyone knows that he was supposed to win the Defensive Player of the Year award in Miami. King James once averaged a triple-double in the NBA Finals, and basketball experts agree that he is the most versatile player in the entire NBA history. Nothing beats that. However, if you really need to pick one great skill, it would probably be his passing game. Yes, there is another milestone coming your way.
In the first years of his career, NBA fans wanted him to develop into another Michael Jordan. Well, LeBron was a pure resemblance of Magic Johnson. The king is a 6’8’’ point guard who makes that other players can dream of. LeBron joined Magic Johnson’s team past summer, and it looks like Johnson is back on the floor. He will need a few more things to catch Johnson in terms of assists, but he is definitely a step closer to that. The Los Angeles Lakers are playing the Memphis Grizzlies, and LeBron recorded the 8,525th asist of his basketball career. This brings him to the 10th place all-time, and he has just passed Andre Miller. A nice milestone, right?
Miller may not be the
legend that LeBron is, but he is an excellent passer. His career was followed
by rapid improvements from his new teammates due to his presence on the floor. When
he retired in 2016, he retired as one of the greatest passers to ever be part
of the NBA. However, he is no longer in the top 10 of this list. That should
not make him feel bad. LeBron is ready to break all the records out there. Nothing
will change that. He is determined.