LeBron James is only 32 years old, yet he is already one of the greatest players in NBA history. What James has accomplished throughout his career is incredible and he has an impressive resume of accomplishments. This season, the Cleveland Cavaliers forward is averaging 25.9 points and posting career highs with 8.4 rebounds and 8.9 assists per game. He is one of the most efficient players in the league and he has a good chance to win his fourth NBA championship this season.

James recently posted a new career high as he reached his 10th triple-double of the season, something he has never done before.

However, the three-time NBA champion is not done breaking records, as he is very close to surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the second place in consecutive 10-point games.

LeBron James is very consistent

With 777 consecutive 10-point games, LeBron James ranks third in NBA history when it comes to this streak. Even though scoring 10 points is not impressive for a superstar, having a long streak of such games is astonishing, to say the least. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who has the second-most consecutive 10-point games in NBA history, is just 10 games away from James and the 32-year-old forward could surpass him before this season ends.

Passing a legend like Abdul-Jabbar doesn't happen every day, and this is certainly going to be a big achievement for the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar.

Once he passes the legendary big man, he will need to get his streak to 867 games to become number one and overtake Michael Jordan.

James is cementing his legacy as an all-time great

LeBron James is probably the best all-around player in NBA history. He can do everything on the floor, and, aside from winning three championship rings, he was also named MVP four times.

While Michael Jordan is arguably the best basketball player to ever play in the NBA, many believe that the 32-year-old forward could become the greatest of all-time once his career is over.

At the moment, the Cleveland Cavaliers are fighting to keep the number one seed in the East as they are looking to have another deep playoff run. Considering that LeBron James has been in six straight NBA finals, it is very likely that he will make it seven in a row and add to his already-impressive resume.