The Dallas Maverick star broke Michael Jordan’s Triple-Double list but wasn’t happy about it because it was a loss to Chicago Bulls.
Does Michael Jordan still hold any records?
He holds the NBA records for career regular season scoring average (30.12 points per game) and career playoff scoring average (33.45 points per game).
Has anyone beaten Michael Jordan’s record?
Chauncey Billups is the answer to a trivia question that involves three of the NBA’s best players of all time. Billups, who played for seven teams over his 17-season career, is the only NBA player who has a winning record against Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant.
Did Kobe Bryant break any of Michael Jordan’s records?
NBA lookback: Kobe Bryant breaks Michael Jordan’s NBA All-Star Game scoring record. … 27, 2012, Bryant passed Michael Jordan for most points scored in NBA All-Star Game history.
What is Michael Jordan’s highest scoring game?
Michael Jordan dropped a career-high 69 points in the Chicago Bulls overtime win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Which NBA player holds the most records?
Chamberlain holds 72 NBA records, 68 by himself.
What records has LeBron broke?
He has won four NBA championships, four NBA MVP Awards, four Finals MVP Awards, and two Olympic gold medals. James holds the NBA records for most points in the playoffs, is third all-time in points scored, and eighth in career assists.
What is Kobe’s career high?
The standout performance came on Jan. 22 when Bryant torched the Raptors for 81 points, the second-highest individual total of all time behind only Chamberlain’s 100-point explosion.
Did LeBron beat Michael Jordan?
Career Points. Jordan scored 32,292 career points, which as of this writing, ranks fifth all-time. … On March 6, 2019, LeBron overtook Jordan as the new fourth all-time leading scorer, taking MJ’s place in the record books.
Did LeBron beat Michael Jordan’s record?
LeBron a living legend
Four-time MVP James surpassed Chicago Bulls legend Jordan’s 12,192 field goals as the Lakers defeated the Mavs 129-114 in the absence of Anthony Davis for their seventh straight win.