10 Records LeBron James Could Break by the End of This Season

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4. No. 28 All-Time Three Pointers

LeBron James three-pointer

Over the years, James has worked on multiple facets of his game. He has become a better defender, a smarter passer, and a stronger post player. Most significantly, however, might be James’ improvement from beyond the arc. Since 2010, James has been able to keep his three-point percentage at 35% or higher.

Much like the rough start at the free throw line in 2015, James has also struggled from three-point land. He began the season with 1,256 threes, tied for 36th place all-time. A manageable 105 threes would move him into the top 30, just edging out Phoenix Suns legend Dan Majerle and into the 28th spot.

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A former sports editor at Gannon University, Jeff is currently a 10th-12th grade Language Arts teacher and head golf coach at Girard High School in Girard, PA. In addition to holding a love of reading and the written word, Jeff is also passionate for all things related to Cleveland, New York City and Bruce Springsteen. Writing influences include Bill Simmons and Chuck Klosterman.