LeBron James second-highest NBA scorer

The LA Laker, 37, is now the second-highest scorer of time in the NBA after passing legendary forward Karl Malone.

James scored 36 points in a 127-119 defeat to the Washington Wizards

James taking him past Malone's NBA total of 36,928

It might have been another loss in a dismal season for the Lakers, but James continues to thrive despite his team's struggles.

And now the Akron-born superstar has his sights set on the all-time record, held by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

James was the first overall pick in the NBA Draft when he was selected by his hometown team in 2003

James' rookie contract was a juicy one, with the Rookie of the Year taking home $4,018,290 in his first year with the Cavs

James is arguably the most recognizable NBA global star since Michael Jordan

According to Spotrac, his total NBA career earnings amount to a stunning $387,384,119.

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