LeBron James remains one of the most dominant players in the NBA despite being 37-years-old. In his 19th NBA season Lakers superstar is averaging 28.8 points, 8 rebounds and 6.2 assists.
The four-time NBA champion also third on the league’s all-time scoring list with 36,664 points. There are no active players above him. James is very likely to overtake Karl Malone in second place as the two are separated by less than 300 points.
Despite all of these numbers, LeBron is included in conversations when the best scorers are discussed. It turns out, he takes it personal.
“When they talk about the best scorers of all time, they never mention my name. It pisses me off,” James said on The Shop, per Jonathan Sherman of Lakers Daily. “I’m not like a natural scorer. I love getting my guys involved, I’ve always been that way.”