LeBron James has passed Magic Johnson to become the 6th assister of all time

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LeBron James has passed Magic Johnson to become the 6th assister of all time

During the night, 11 games were played in the NBA league, and the duel between Milwaukee and the LA Lakers stands out. The Lakers surprisingly triumphed on the road at Milwaukee with a score of 133:129, mostly thanks to Anthony Davis, who finished the game with 44 points and 10 rebounds, but after the game, all attention was focused on LeBron James.

James scored 28 points and had 8 rebounds and 11 assists, which eventually allowed him to become the sixth best assister in NBA history. "To know that I'm in the conversation or about to get to a point that I'm breaking a record that he set for this franchise -- and I'm not comparing myself to Magic with this franchise, what he did, sheesh.

"Him, [James] Worthy, Kobe [Bryant], Shaq [O'Neal], those guys are synonymous with this franchise. But it's just pretty cool, always, when I'm able to see my name with some of the greats that have played this game," James told ESPN this week when asked about the accomplishment he was approaching.

LeBron passes Magic Johnson

LeBron now has 10,144 assists on his account and has overtaken the legendary Magic Johnson (10,141). Next in front of LeBron is Mark Jackson with 10,334 assists. "I will say I feel like tonight is the most complementary and the best game with all three of us on the floor together that we've played on both sides of the floor," James said of the Lakers' Big Three that has failed to fit together for most of the time since L.A.

traded for Westbrook. "We all felt in a rhythm. We all felt we was making impactful plays throughout the whole game." "Listen, when you talk about just one-name guys when you're talking about sports, you got Ali, Jordan, Magic.

Bird," James told ESPN. "Those names are just synonymous with sports. Montana. Like, you know who we're talking about." Of the other games, it is worth highlighting the new great game of Nikola Jokić, who scored 24 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists in Denver's loss to Atlanta, and his namesake Vučević, who scored 23 points and 11 rebounds in Chicago's 119:111 loss to Golden State.

Other results: Charlotte - Washington 17:116, Boston - Miami 116:120, Brooklyn - Toronto 114:105, Cleveland - Orlando 107:96, Memphis - Philadelphia 117:109, San Antonio - New Orleans 99:117, Phoenix - Houston 121:122, Utah - Indiana 139:119.