SportsHere are his 39 greatest moments

Here are his 39 greatest moments

LeBron James has now turned 39. In celebration, here are rolling out‘s 39 moments where James has shown his greatness.
-39: LeBron James jumps over John Lucas

-38: James’ NBA debut

-37: Returning to a city that temporarily hated him

-36: Dunk over Kevin Garnett

-35: Game-winner against Orlando Magic

-34: Game-winner against Raptors

-33: Wade full alley-oop pass in Indiana

-32: LeBron’s best pass of his career

-31: James’ Game 7 2016 Finals block 

-30: What did he say to Steph Curry?

-29: Miami Heat complete back-to-back titles

-28: Putting “Forever” on his soundtrack; one of the biggest tracks of 2010s

-27: Executively producing 2 Chainz’s album

-26: High schooler wins 2003 Powerade Jam Fest

-25: The D-Wade photo

-24: Christmas Day oops in L.A. with the Heat

-23: Christmas debut battle against Tracy McGrady

-22: 1st 50-point game in 2005 in Toronto

-21: 2002 National television debut in high school against Carmelo Anthony

-20: Late-game turnaround after Kevin Love fullcourt pass in Washington

-19: Against John Wall and the Wizards, James scores 57 points

-18: At the peak of James to Knicks in 2010 summer rumors, King scores 52 points in Madison Square Garden

-17: 37-year-old scores 50 points against Washington Wizards

-16: Lakers win bubble championship

-15: 38-year-old scores 56 points against Golden State Warriors

-14: James ends Boston Celtics’ “Big 3” era down 3-2 in 2012 Playoffs

-13: LeBron James salutes Special Olympian

-12: The legend takes over in 2007 Eastern Conference Finals in Detroit

-11: James gets the hot hand in Milwaukee

-10: 2008 Olympic Redeem Team

-9: Passing Kobe Bryant on the all-time scoring list; a 10-minute reflection of their relationship on Jan. 25, 2020

-8: Last in-game Kobe salute

-7: LeBronto

-6: James scores career-high 61 points

-5: “It’s about d— time”

-4: “Cleveland! This is for you!”

-3: James opens affordable housing complex

-2: LeBron opens I Promise School

-1: James passes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as NBA’s all-time leading scorer

Source: Rolling Out


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