LeBron James Made Los Angeles Lakers History Against Warriors

LeBron James made Los Angeles Lakers history during Saturday’s game.

 

On Saturday evening, the Los Angeles Lakers are playing the Golden State Warriors (at home).

During the game, four-time NBA Champion LeBron James made Lakers history by moving ahead of Derek Fisher (2,685) for 11th on the team’s all-time assists list.


Following Fisher, the next player for James to pass will be Nick Van Exel (2,749).

James is in his sixth season playing for the Lakers and is currently averaging 25.2 points, 7.2 rebounds, 8.0 assists and 1.3 steals per contest while shooting 52.7% from the field and 40.3% from the three-point range in 58 games.

The Lakers came into the evening as the ninth seed in the Western Conference with a 36-31 record in 67 games.

They have gone 6-4 over their last ten games and most recently lost to the Sacramento Kings by a score of 120-107.


James had 18 points, 13 rebounds, nine assists and two steals while shooting 6/16 from the field and 2/8 from the three-point range in 40 minutes of playing time.

At 39 years old, he is still averaging an incredible 35.2 minutes of playing time per game.

Following the Warriors, the Lakers will play their next game on Monday evening when they host the Atlanta Hawks.

James joined the Lakers in the summer of 2018, and he has helped them make the NBA playoffs three times.

They won the 2020 NBA Championship over the Miami Heat and are coming off a year where they lost to the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference Finals.



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