List of career achievements by LeBron James

This page lists career accomplishments of the American professional basketball player LeBron James.

NBA career statisticsEdit

Legend
  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field goal percentage  3P%  3-point field goal percentage  FT%  Free throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high
Denotes seasons in which James' won an NBA championship
Correct as of October 15, 2019.[1]

PlayoffsEdit

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
Career 260 260 41.6 .496 .323 .741 9.0 7.2 1.7 1.0 28.8

Career – Regular SeasonEdit

  • Points – 3rd (34,241)[2]
  • Points per game – 1st (27.04)
  • Field goals made – 4th (12,578)
  • Field goal attempts – 4th (24,981)
  • Field goals missed – 7th (12,403)
  • Free throws made – 5th (7,451)
  • Free throw attempts – 5th (10,148)
  • 3-point field goals made – 14th (1,898)
  • 3-point field goal attempts – 12th (5,519)
  • Defensive rebounds - 19th (7,978)
  • Total rebounds – 52th (9,496)
  • Assists – 8th (9,431)
  • Steals – 13th (2,025)
  • Turnovers – 2nd (4,463)
  • Minutes played – 7th (48,909)
  • Minutes per game – 14th (38.3)
  • Games played – 28th (1,276)

Career – PlayoffsEdit

  • Points – 1st (7,491)
  • Points per game – 6th (28.8)
  • Field goals made – 1st (2,671)
  • Field goal attempts – 1st (5,388)
  • Field goals missed – 1st (2,717)
  • Free throws made – 1st (1,735)
  • Free throw attempts – 1st (2,341)
  • 3-point field goals made – 2nd (414)
  • 3-point field goal attempts – 1st (1,235)
  • Rebounds – 6th (2,348)
  • Assists – 2nd (1,871)
  • Steals – 1st (445)
  • Blocks – 11th (250)
  • Turnovers – 1st (950)
  • Minutes played – 1st (10,811)
  • Minutes per game – 12th (42.05)
  • Games played – 1st (260)
  • Finals appearances — 4th (10)

Awards and accomplishmentsEdit

 
James (center) celebrates during the Heat's 2012 championship parade.

NBAEdit

Cited from Basketball Reference's LeBron James page unless noted otherwise.[1]

United States National TeamEdit

Cited from USA Basketball's LeBron James page unless noted otherwise.[3]

High schoolEdit

Cited from the NBA's LeBron James prospect profile page unless noted otherwise.[5]

OtherEdit

NBA achievementsEdit

Achievements are current as of the end of the 2019 NBA season.

Regular seasonEdit

CareerEdit

  • 1st in career Value Over Replacement Player (VORP) (129.79).[26]
  • 2nd in career Box Plus/Minus (8.93).[27]
    • Behind Michael Jordan (9.22).
  • Most career assists by a forward (9,021).[28]
  • Most consecutive double-digit scoring games: 1010 games.[29]
  • Most times being named Conference Player of the Week (64 times).
  • Most times being named Conference Player of the Month (46 times).
  • Most All-NBA First Team selections (16).
  • 2nd career in Player Efficiency Rating or PER (27.59)[30]
    • Behind Michael Jordan (27.91)
  • 3rd most seasons with at least 2,000 points (10)
  • 3rd most 30-point games in NBA history (465)
  • 3rd most 20-point games in NBA history (1,000).[29]
  • 4th most NBA Most Valuable Player Awards (4).[31]
    • Behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (6), Michael Jordan (5) and Bill Russell (5).
    • Tied with Wilt Chamberlain (4).
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 34,000 points, 9,000 rebounds, and 9,000 assists.
    • No other player has at least 27,000 points, 8,000 rebounds, and 8,000 assists
  • Only player in NBA history to post at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, 500 assists, and 100 steals in four consecutive seasons.[32]
  • Only player in NBA history to post at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, 500 assists, and 100 steals in a single season for at least eight seasons.[32]
  • Only player in NBA history to post at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, and 500 assists in a single season for at least eight seasons.[33]
  • Only player in NBA history to average at least 25 points per game for 15 consecutive seasons.[34]
  • Only player in NBA history to be in the top 5 all-time in points and top 10 all-time in assists.
    • No other player is in the top 10 in both categories [35]
  • Only player in NBA history to have at least 9,000 rebounds and 9,000 assists.
  • One of two players in NBA history to win four NBA Most Valuable Player Awards in a span of five years.[36]
    • The other is Bill Russell.
  • One of two players in NBA history to win at least two NBA Most Valuable Player Awards for two different franchises.
    • The other is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
  • One of two players in NBA history to win NBA MVP, Finals MVP, and an Olympic Gold Medal in the same year.[37]
    • The other is Michael Jordan (1992).
  • One of two players in NBA history to win at least four NBA MVP awards and four NBA Finals MVP awards.
    • The other is Michael Jordan.
  • One of two players in NBA history to record a triple double against all NBA teams.
    • The other is Russell Westbrook.
  • One of six players in NBA history to win consecutive Finals MVP Awards.[38]
    • Includes Michael Jordan, Shaquille O'Neal, Hakeem Olajuwon Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant

SeasonEdit

  • Only player in NBA history to post 30 or more points and shoot over 60 percent for six consecutive games in a single season.[39]
  • One of five players in NBA history to average at least 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists in their rookie season.[40]
    • Includes Oscar Robertson, Michael Jordan, Tyreke Evans and Luka Dončić.
  • One of five players in NBA history to average a triple-double in a calendar month
    • With Oscar Robertson, Wilt Chamberlain, Russell Westbrook and Luka Dončić. James is the oldest in age to do so.[41]

GameEdit

  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 35 points, 15 assists, and 0 turnovers in a game.[42]

All-StarEdit

CareerEdit

  • Most points scored in All-Star games (385).
  • Most three-point field goals made in All-Star games (38).
  • Most field goals made in All-Star games (159).
  • Most times being a starter in All-Star games (16).
  • 3rd place all-time in defensive rebounds made in All-Star games (88).

PlayoffsEdit

  • Most all-time playoff points (7,491)
  • Most all-time playoffs wins (172)
  • First player in NBA history to win Finals MVP with three different franchises (MIA, CLE, and LAL)

CareerEdit

  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points (232).[43]
  • Most playoff games with at least 25 points (181)
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points (118)
  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (183)
  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (87)
  • Most playoff games with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists (26)
    • All other active players have 33 combined [44]
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (92)
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (48).[45][46]
    • All other active players have 33 combined
  • Most playoff games with at least 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists (15)
    • All other active players have 14 combined
  • Most playoff games with at least 40 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (25). [47]
    • All other active players have 30 combined
  • Most playoff games with at least 40 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (14)
    • All other active players have 10 combined
  • Most playoff games with at least 40 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists (3)
  • Most playoff games with at least 45 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists (10)
  • Most playoff games with at least 45 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists (4)
  • 1st in Win Shares (51.0)
  • 2nd in Box Plus/Minus (10.16)
  • 1st in VORP - Value Over Replacement Player (33.1).
    • 10.25 more than next player on the list Michael Jordan (22.85)
  • 1st all-time for postseasons with at least 500 total points (9 times)
  • 2nd for consecutive 20-point games to start a playoff career (19).[48]
  • 2nd place all-time for playoff games scoring at least 35 points (61)
  • 2nd place all-time for playoff games scoring at least 40 points (27)
  • 2nd place all-time for playoff games scoring at least 45 points (11)[49]
  • 2nd place all-time for triple-doubles in the playoffs (28).
  • 2nd place all-time for most defensive rebounds in a playoffs career (1,756).
  • 2nd place all-time for most NBA Finals MVP Awards (4).
  • Only player in NBA history to be in the top 10 all time in career playoff points, rebounds, assists and steals
  • Only player in NBA history to be in the top 5 all-time in career playoff points, assists, and steals

Single postseasonEdit

  • Only player in NBA history to score at least 25 points in 15 consecutive playoff games in a single postseason.[50][51]
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 500 points, 200 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single postseason, multiple times (accomplished this five times-2012, 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2020)
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 600 points, 200 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single postseason (accomplished this twice-2012 and 2018)
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least 700 points, 200 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single-postseason (2018)
  • One of two players in NBA history to record at least 500 points, 150 rebounds, and 150 assists in a single postseason (accomplished this seven times-2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2020)
  • One of two players in NBA history to record at least 600 points, 200 rebounds, and 100 assists in a single postseason twice (2012 and 2018)
  • One of two players in NBA history to score at least 250 points, 100 rebounds and 80 assists in the first 10 games of the playoffs (2020)
  • One of two players in NBA history to average at least 30 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 assists per game in a single postseason (2015)

SeriesEdit

  • Only player in NBA history to lead both teams in points, rebounds, assists, blocks, and steals in a playoff series (2016 NBA Finals vs. Golden State Warriors).[52]
  • Only player in NBA history to lead both teams in points, rebounds, assists in a playoff series (twice, 2015 and 2016 NBA Finals vs. Golden State Warriors)
  • One of two players in NBA history to average at least 30 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists in a playoff series (2017 NBA Finals vs. Golden State Warriors).
  • Only player in NBA history to win over 20 consecutive games in the first round[53]
  • Only player in NBA history to sweep 10 series in the playoffs[53]

GameEdit

  • Most consecutive points scored for a team in a playoff game with 25 consecutive points at the Detroit Pistons on May 31, 2007.[54]
  • One of three players in NBA history to record at least 45 points, 15 rebounds, and 5 assists in a playoff game. [55]
  • One of two players in NBA history to have at least 51 point, 8 assists, and 8 rebounds in a playoff game
  • One of four players in NBA history to record a triple-double in their playoff debut.[56]

NBA FinalsEdit

CareerEdit

SeriesEdit

  • Most points per game scored by a player on the winning team in any seven-game NBA Finals series with 29.7.
  • 2nd place all-time for highest percentage of team points in an NBA Finals series.[60]
  • Only player in NBA history to record at least two triple-doubles with 30 or more points in one NBA Finals series.
  • Only player in NBA history to average at least 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 7 assists in an NBA Finals series (accomplished this six times-2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2020).[61]
  • Only player in NBA history to lead both teams in points, rebounds, and assists in an NBA Finals series. (2015 and 2016; also led both teams in steals and blocks in the 2016 Finals.)
  • Only player in NBA history to average a triple-double in an NBA Finals series.
    • James averaged 33.6 points, 12.0 rebounds, and 10.0 assists in the 2017 NBA Finals.
  • Only player in NBA history to average at least 35 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists in an NBA Finals series.
    • James averaged 35.8 points, 13.3 rebounds, 8.8 assists in the 2015 NBA Finals.
  • Only player in NBA history to score at least 40 points in consecutive elimination games in a single NBA Finals series.[58]
  • One of three players in NBA history to score at least 40 points in at least three games in a single NBA Finals series.

GameEdit

Youngest player recordsEdit

James owns numerous NBA "youngest player" records. He is the youngest1

  • To be selected #1 overall draft pick (18 years of age).[citation needed]
  • To be named NBA Rookie of the Year (19 years of age).[citation needed]
  • To score most points by prep-to-pro player in their professional debut with (25)
  • To record a triple-double in the playoffs. (21 years, 113 days).[citation needed]
  • To score 30 points in a game (18 years, 334 days).[citation needed]
  • To score 40 points in a game (19 years, 88 days).[citation needed]
  • To score 2,000 points in a season (2004–05).[citation needed]
  • To average at least 30 points per game in the NBA.
  • To be awarded All-NBA honors (2004–05).[citation needed]
  • To be named to the All-NBA first team (21 years, 138 days).[citation needed]
  • To win an All-Star Game MVP (21 years, 55 days).[68]
  • To lead the league in All-Star voting (22 years, 26 days).[citation needed]
  • To score 2,000 points in seven consecutive seasons (26 years of age).[69]
  • To win Most Valuable Player award four times (28 years of age).[citation needed]
  • To reach 4,000 playoff points (29 years of age).[70]
  • To reach 5,000 playoff points (30 years of age).
  • To reach 6,000 playoff points (32 years of age).
  • Every thousand point milestone from 1,000 to 34,000.[71][72][73][74][75][76][77]

Notes: 1 Beginning in 2006 the NBA introduced age requirement restrictions. Prospective high school players must now wait at least a year before entering the NBA[a].

Oldest player recordsEdit

  • To average a triple-double in a calendar month (February, 2018, 33 years, 69 days on February 28, 2018)[41]

Cleveland Cavaliers franchise recordsEdit

 
James during his first tenure with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Regular seasonEdit

CareerEdit

Career records cited from Basketball Reference's Cleveland Cavaliers Career Leaders page unless noted otherwise.[78]
  • Minutes played: 33,130
  • Field goals: 8,369
  • Field goal attempts: 17,022
  • Three-point field goals made: 1,251
  • Three-point field goals attempts: 3,713
  • Free throws made: 5,130
  • Free throw attempts: 6,998
  • Assists: 9,346
  • Steals: 1,376
  • Turnovers: 2,973
  • Points: 34,241
  • Triple Doubles: 64
  • Minutes per game: 39.0
  • Points per game: 27.2
  • 40 point games: 45[79]

SeasonEdit

Season records cited from the Cavaliers' official website unless noted otherwise.[80]
  • Minutes played: 3,388 (2004–05)
  • Field goals: 875 (2005–06)
  • Field goal attempts: 1,823 (2005–06)
  • Free throws: 601 (2005–06)
  • Free throw attempts: 814 (2005–06)
  • Points: 2,478 (2005–06)
  • Points per game: 31.4 (2005–06)
  • 50 point games: 3 (2008–09)[79]
  • 40 point games: 10 (2005–06)[79]

GameEdit

Individual game records cited from the Cavaliers' official website unless noted otherwise.[81]
  • Field goal attempts: 36, at Toronto Raptors, March 20, 2005
  • Three-point field goals: 8, at Milwaukee Bucks, (JR Smith tied) February 20, 2009
  • Three-point field goals, quarter: 5, four times
  • Three-point field goal attempts: 13, three times
  • Free throws: 24, at Miami Heat, March 12, 2006
  • Free throws made, half: 16, second half, at Miami Heat, March 12, 2006
  • Turnovers, half: 9, second half, at New Orleans Hornets, March 28, 2005
  • Points, quarter: 24, two times

PlayoffsEdit

CareerEdit

  • Games played: 152
  • Minutes played: 6,421
  • Points: 4,573
  • Free Throws Made: 1,070
  • Free Throws Attempts: 1,466
  • Field Goals Made: 1,628
  • Field Goals Attempts: 3,459
  • 3 Point Field Goals Made: 247
  • 3 Point Field Goal Attempts: 764
  • Total Rebounds: 1,388
  • Offensive Rebounds: 227
  • Defensive Rebounds: 1,161
  • Assists: 1,188
  • Steals: 264
  • Blocks: 162
  • Triple Doubles: 15

ScoringEdit

  • Points per game average, career: 28.9
  • Points, game: 51, at Golden State Warriors, May 31, 2018
  • Points, half: 28, first half, at Boston Celtics, May 7, 2010
  • Points, quarter: 23, first quarter, at Boston Celtics, May 7, 2010
  • Points, overtime: 10, at Orlando Magic, May 26, 2009
  • Consecutive points, game: 25, from 2:16 of fourth quarter to end of game (second overtime), at Detroit Pistons, May 31, 2007[82]
    • LeBron scored his team's last seven points in the fourth quarter, all nine of his team's points in the first overtime, and all nine of his team's points in the second overtime.
  • Games scoring 40 or more points, career: 14

Field goalsEdit

  • Field goals made, game: 20, vs. Orlando Magic, May 20, 2009
  • Field goals made, half: 11 (2 games)
  • Field goals made, quarter: 8, first quarter, at Boston Celtics, May 7, 2010
  • Field goals made, overtime: 4, second overtime, at Detroit Pistons, May 31, 2007[83]
  • Field goal attempts, game: 33, at Detroit Pistons, May 31, 2007 (2 OT)[83]
  • Field goal attempts, half: 17, first half, at Detroit Pistons, May 17, 2006[83]

Three-point field goalsEdit

  • Three-point field goals made, game: 7, at Washington Wizards, April 30, 2006[83]
  • Three-point field goals made, half: 5, first half, at Washington Wizards, April 30, 2006
    • Tied by Daniel Gibson (second half, vs. Detroit Pistons, June 2, 2007)
  • Three-point field goals made, overtime: 1, second overtime, at Detroit Pistons, May 31, 2007
    • Tied with Mark Price (at Chicago Bulls, May 5, 1989)
  • Three-point field goal attempts, half: 9, second half, at Boston Celtics, May 18, 2008

Free throwsEdit

  • Free throws made, game: 18, at Orlando Magic, May 24, 2009
  • Free throws made, quarter: 10, fourth quarter, vs. Detroit Pistons, May 19, 2006[83]
  • Free throws made, overtime: 5, first overtime, at Detroit Pistons, May 31, 2007
  • Free throw attempts, game: 24, at Orlando Magic, May 24, 2009
  • Free throw attempts, half: 16, second half, at Orlando Magic, May 24, 2009
  • Free throw attempts, quarter: 12 (2 games)
  • Free throw attempts, overtime: 6, first overtime, at Detroit Pistons, May 31, 2007

ReboundingEdit

  • Rebounds, half: 13, second half, at Boston Celtics, May 13, 2010
  • Defensive rebounds, game: 16, at Boston Celtics, May 13, 2010
  • Defensive rebounds, half: 12, second half, at Boston Celtics, May 13, 2010

TurnoversEdit

  • Turnovers, game: 10, (2 games)

Miami Heat franchise recordsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

CareerEdit

Career records cited from Basketball Reference's Miami Heat Career Leaders page unless noted otherwise.[84]

  • Minutes Per Game: 38.0
  • Points Per Game: 26.9
  • Triple-doubles: 13 (five in playoffs)[85]

ScoringEdit

Points, quarter: 25 twice,

  • first quarter at Cleveland Cavaliers, March 18, 2014
  • third quarter vs Charlotte Bobcats, March 3, 2014

Field goalsEdit

  • Field goals made, game: 22, vs. Charlotte Bobcats, March 3, 2014
  • Field goals made, first half: 12, at Orlando Magic, February 3, 2011
  • Field goals made, quarter: 10, third quarter, at Cleveland Cavaliers, December 2, 2010

TurnoversEdit

  • Turnovers, quarter: 5, first quarter, at Philadelphia 76ers, October 27, 2010
    • Tied with Jamal Mashburn (first quarter, vs. Sacramento Kings, November 29, 1999) and Lamar Odom (second quarter, vs. Washington Wizards, December 23, 2004)

Triple-doublesEdit

  • Triple-doubles, career: 13 (five in playoffs)
  • Triple-doubles, season: 4, twice
    • 2010–11
    • 2012–13

PlayoffsEdit

MinutesEdit

  • Minutes played, game, 50:17 at Boston Celtics, May 9, 2011


FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Under current NBA draft rules, draftees must also be at least 19 years old during the calendar year of the draft. This will usually happen after a player is one season removed from high school, but not always—under current rules, Brad Daugherty (selected #1 overall in 1986 after a four-year college career at North Carolina) would not have been eligible for the draft until two years after his high school graduation, because he graduated while still 16.

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