LeBron James helped his Miami Heat team beat the Los Angeles Lakers scoring 32 points and going 12 for 18 in his record-setting show. James set a new Miami Heat franchise record of completing his 5th game in a row scoring 30 points or more. James keeps getting better as time goes bye. The Heat made it look relatively easy to beat the struggling Lakers, Dwyane Wade scored 30 and Chris Bosh  scored only 12 points.

The Miami Heat is now 34-14 on the season and they look like they are well on their way to another Championship run this season. If James and his Heat teammates can stay healthy for the rest of the 2013 NBA season, I thing they could be a shoo in for the NBA finals. Only time will tell if King James and his Miami Heat can continue to perform at the high level the team is playing at now….

If we look back over the career of LeBron, we will recall the guy is always setting records. He was the youngest player in NBA history to ever score 20,000 points. James was the youngest player in the NBA to score 40 points in a game when he played in Cleveland. He was only 19-years-old. Something tells me when it is all said and done, James will hold most of the NBA records. He still has a lot of time left in his NBA career.


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