James has also joined another club of one after becoming the only player in NBA history to score a triple-double against all 30 teams.
However, his newest record is probably an unwanted one. In the same game, James committed seven turnovers, breaking the record for the most turnovers by any player in the regular season, plus the playoffs.
The former record was held by former NBA superstar, Moses Malone.
Although James did break an unwanted record, his triple-double performance was still enough to propel the Lakers to a win.
Despite James’ turnover record, the Lakers are still the number one seed in the western conference, and they are relevant again after missing the playoffs for six straight seasons.
Although that James is now notorious for turnovers, he will still be a primary ball handler for the Lakers as he is leading the league in the assists category at this current time.
James is currently averaging 25.0 points per game, 7.9 rebounds per game, and 11.1 assists per game, which are certainly MVP numbers.
The Lakers are currently 12-2, and sitting at first place in the western conference.
Their schedule consists of a back-to-back coming up as on Friday, they will play the Oklahoma City Thunder, then they will head south on Saturday as they will be playing against the Memphis Grizzlies.
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