LeBron James Becomes Youngest Player to Hit 29,000 Career Points

LeBron James scored a whopping 57 points against the Washington Wizards on Friday night, breaking the Cleveland Cavaliers’ four-game losing streak and becoming the youngest player ever to reach 29,000 career points. James also became the second NBA player after Kobe Bryant to score at least 50 points after his 15th season. “This is the best I’ve felt in my career right now, so I just gotta keep it going,” 32-year-old James said after the game Friday. “Keep it going, baby.” He also tied with Kyrie Irving to set the Cavs’ franchise scoring record of most points in a single game.