Friday, March 24, 2023

Max Kellerman Reveals His Top 5 All-Time NBA Scorers

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LeBron James just made NBA history by becoming the league’s all-time leading scorer.

More than that, he put the argument that he’s not a pure scorer at rest, as there’s — literally — no one that has scored more career points than him, and he’s still going.

James has never averaged less than 20 points per game in his career and has a 27.0 points per game career average 20 years into the league.

However, that’s still not enough for NBA analyst Max Kellerman to believe he’s one of the top 5 greatest scorers of all time, as he pointed out in a somewhat controversial list:

Kellerman put Kobe Bryant at five, followed by Kevin Durant, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, and Michael Jordan at the first spot.

There’s no denying that Michael Jordan is the greatest scorer of all time due to his average, while Wilt Chamberlain set countless records, including the highest-scoring performance ever.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was the league’s leading scorer for nearly four decades, so the argument is also rock-solid there.

As for Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant, they were known for their offensive prowess and scoring versatility throughout their entire careers, so you could also make a point right there.

But then again, even if he doesn’t have the purest shooting form or the craftiest moves, how could you snub the league’s all-time leading scorer from this list?

What else does LeBron — 27.0 PPG scorer — need to do for people to stop claiming he’s not a scorer?

Should he stop passing the ball?

All due respect, this is just flat-out hating by Kellerman.



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