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NBA NEWS - CHRISTMAS DAY MILESTONE WATCH

The Los Angeles LakersLeBron James ranks second in career points on Christmas Day with 383 - (All Pro reels photo)

 

WINS: LeBron James has been a part of 10 victories on Christmas Day, tied with Dwyane Wade for the most in NBA history

 

Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain exemplified how to play the game without Showtime hot-dogging. The two battled for over a decade during the 60's. Since that time no NBA center could compare to their brute talent - (Library of Congress photo)

 

 

 

 

 

The Lakers Russell Westbrook ranks fourth in career assists on Christmas Day with 82 - The Los Angeles LakersLeBron James ranks second in career points on Christmas Day with 383. He needs 13 points to pass Kobe Bryant (395) and become the all-time leading scorer on Christmas Day - James Harden ranks fourth in career three-pointers made on Christmas Day with 23 - THIS DAY IN THE NBA

 

Monday December 20, 2021

New York, New York USA

POINTS: The Los Angeles LakersLeBron James ranks second in career points on Christmas Day with 383. He needs 13 points to pass Kobe Bryant (395) and become the all-time leading scorer on Christmas Day.

GAMES: James has played 15 games on Christmas Day (through the 2020-21 season), one fewer than all-time leader Kobe Bryant (16).

WINS: James has been a part of 10 victories on Christmas Day, tied with Dwyane Wade for the most in NBA history.

FIELD GOALS: James ranks second in career field goals made on Christmas Day with 136. He needs two field goals to pass Kobe Bryant (137) for the most on Christmas Day.

THREE-POINTERS: James and the Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Durant share the record for most three-pointers made on Christmas Day with 25 each.

FREE THROWS: James ranks fourth in career free throws made on Christmas Day with 86. He needs two free throws to pass Dolph Schayes (87) for third place.

STEALS: James is tied with Dwyane Wade for third place in steals on Christmas Day with 23. He needs two steals to pass Scottie Pippen (24) for second place. Lakers teammate Russell Westbrook is the career leader with 28.

POINTS: The Brooklyn Nets Kevin Durant ranks fifth in career points on Christmas Day with 299. He needs 16 points to pass Dwyane Wade (314) for fourth place.

THREE-POINTERS: Durant and LeBron James share the record for most three-pointers made on Christmas Day with 25 each.

POINTS: Lakers teammate Russell Westbrook ranks seventh in career points on Christmas Day with 241. He needs 32 points to pass Shaquille O’Neal (272) for sixth place.

ASSISTS: Westbrook ranks fourth in career assists on Christmas Day with 82. He needs four assists to pass Kobe Bryant (85) for third place, behind only all-time leader Oscar Robertson (145) and second-place LeBron James (107 entering Christmas 2021).

STEALS: Westbrook is the career leader in steals on Christmas Day with 28. Russell Westbrook.

THREE-POINTERS: James Harden ranks fourth in career three-pointers made on Christmas Day with 23. He needs one three-pointer to tie JJ Redick (24) for third place. Harden is two three-pointers behind the two co-leaders, LeBron James and Kevin Durant (25 each).

ASSISTS: Harden ranks 10th in career assists on Christmas Day with 58. He needs eight assists to pass Dick McGuire (65) for ninth place, 10 assists to pass Bob Cousy (67) for eighth place and 12 assists to pass Walt Frazier (69) for seventh place.


 

THIS DAY IN THE NBA

December 20, 1966 Seattle was named the 11th franchise city in the NBA. Approximately one month later the team was named the SuperSonics, the result of a local contest won by Howard E. Schmidt.

December 20, 1992 Buck Williams becomes only the 20th player in NBA history to collect 10,000 rebounds in his career as Portland defeats Golden State, 130-114.

December 20, 1997 New York's Patrick Ewing suffered a Lunate dislocation and torn ligaments in right wrist in game vs. Milwaukee Bucks and was declared out for the remainder of the season following surgery.

December 20, 2001 Chick Hearn, the Lakers' play-by-play announcer, was not be behind the microphone for the Lakers-Rockets game as he recovered from heart surgery to replace a blocked aortic valve, bringing to end an astonishing streak, one that lasted more than 36 years and 3,338 games.

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