LeBron James made NBA history on Tuesday night

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The Los Angeles Lakers it took a superstar to carry Kobe BryantTorch and sold out Staples Center — now Crypto.com Arena.

Therefore, Magic Johnson persecuted LeBron Jamesthe biggest name on the market and perhaps the only guy who could get them back on top in no time.

And while James’ tenure in Southern California has had mixed results thus far, the King has managed to make history in the history books by donning the crimson and gold jersey night after night.

It happened again on Tuesday night, even though they couldn’t beat their hometown rivals the Los Angeles Clippers again.

LeBron was the lone bright spot for Darwin Hamteam with a whopping 46 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, two steals, one block and nine 3-pointers on 15/29 FG, 5/5 FT and 9/16 3FG.

With that amazing performance, the 38-year-old has scored more than 40 points against every team in the National Basketball Association.

Remarkably, he is the first – and apparently the only – player to achieve this milestone, ahead of other legends who also played for different teams such as Kevin Durant, Wilt Chamberlainor even Michael Jordan.

Moreover, the legendary forward continues to get closer to himself Kareem Abdul-JabbarAll-time scoring average of 30.2 points per season, second most in his career.

James needs just 177 points to tie Kareem, meaning he is just six games away from making history again.

The Lakers may or may not make the playoffs this season, but LeBron still made them must-see TV.

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