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Beyond Kareem Abdul-Jabbar! LeBron James becomes the longest-serving player in NBA history

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Beyond Kareem Abdul-Jabbar! LeBron James becomes the longest-serving player in NBA history

LeBron James Breaks NBA Playing Time Record but Loses Big to 76ers

LeBron James made history on the court when he played against the Philadelphia 76ers on the 28th, setting a new league record for the longest playing time in NBA history. However, the Los Angeles Lakers suffered a devastating loss, casting a shadow over James’ record-breaking night.

During the game, James surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s career playing time of 66,297 minutes in just the 9th minute of the game, becoming the first player in the league to exceed this milestone. Despite the season only being one month old, James’ playing time has already exceeded 66,300 minutes, showcasing his enduring athleticism and skill on the court. At 37 years old, James shows no signs of slowing down.

Among active players, Chris Paul is the closest to James in playing time, ranking 28th overall, while Kevin Durant enters the top 50. Despite his record-breaking achievement, the Lakers were handed a demoralizing 44-point loss by the 76ers, with a final score of 94-138. James led his team with 18 points, but it was not enough to secure a victory.

In a post-game interview, James acknowledged the disappointing loss, stating that “a lot needs to change” for the team. As he continues to make history on the court, James remains focused on leading the Lakers to success in the future.

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