LeBron James becomes only player in NBA history to rank top 100 in these six major statistics

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LeBron James becomes only player in NBA history to rank top 100 in these six major statistics
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Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James again made history with his performance against the San Antonio Spurs.

James dropped 36 points, nine rebounds, six assists, two blocks and a steal in the losing effort, but those two blocks etched his name in a new category in the history books.

LeBron has 1,003 career blocks, which is tied with Emeka Okafor for No. 100 in the NBA’s all-time list.

James is the only player in NBA history to rank in the top 100 in points, assists, rebounds, steals, blocks and 3-pointers (h/t: HoopsHype). It should be noted, of course, the NBA didn’t adopt the 3-point shot until 1979.

He ranks No. 3 in points, No. 8 in assists, No. 11 in 3-pointers made, No. 11 in steals and No. 42 in rebounds.

James should soon surpass Rick Mahorn’s 1,007 career blocks for the No. 99 spot, but active players like Kevin Durant and Andre Drummond are next, so moving past them will be tricky.

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