LeBron James reached another career milestone on Wednesday night against the Denver Nuggets, passing Michael Jordan on the NBA all-time scoring list midway through the second quarter.
James finished the night with 31 points, bringing his career total to 32,311 to move into fourth place on the all-time list. Kobe Bryant is now the next name to fall, just 1,300 points ahead of LeBron, or about 50 games at his current pace.
It was an emotional night for James, who grew up idolizing Jordan and is destined to be compared to MJ in sports bars and barbershops for eternity.
But for ex-teammates Channing Frye and Richard Jefferson, the accomplishment was simply an opportunity to roast their superstar fr