LeBron James divides new territory with the help of the 9000th

LeBron James made the NBA history when he recorded his 9000th career in the Los Angeles Lakers’ clash with the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday.

James, 34, became the ninth player to reach the mark and the first to combine it with at least 9,000 rebounds, which he achieved in November.

The four-year MVP and three-year NBA champion reached the milestone with a pass to Lakers teammate Anthony Davis in the first quarter at Staples Center.

James averaged 25.5 points, 10.8 assists and 7.5 rebounds per game in Sunday’s game, which Los Angeles won 108-95.

MORE: LeBron is a SN NBA Athlete of the Decade

Luke Doncic sent a scare through the Black camp after a heavy fall after a hard foul in the second quarter, but the star police cleared to return for the second half. Doncic finished with 19 points in 30 minutes.

[d] Dallas Mavericks [t] Los Angeles Lakers [t] English [t] LeBron James

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