LeBron James' career looks to be far from over, yet here he is with the sixth-most points in NBA history.

Still just 33 years old (turns 34 on December 30), James passed the longtime Mavericks great, Dirk Nowitzki, with 7:51 remaining in the third quarter of Saturday's game according to USA Today. He finished with a season-high of 35 points, but the Lakers fell 110-106 to the Spurs dropping them to 2-4 on the season.

According to ESPN, that was the 432nd game with at least 30 points for James which passes Kobe Bryant for the fourth-most all-time.

Now in his 16th season, James is showing no signs of slowing down.

Through the Lakers' first six games, he is posting averages of 27.3 points, 9.0 rebounds, 8.3 assists, and two steals in 36 minutes an outing.

Who else can James move past on the all-time scoring list this season?

After Saturday's loss to the Spurs, James now has 31,202 points in his NBA career. With his career still going strong, he is now looking up at just five players on the all-time scoring list.

Next up on the list for him to catch is the late Wilt Chamberlain. Chamberlain finished his historic career with 31,419 points over 15 seasons which puts him fifth on the all-time scoring list. If he maintained his current average of 27.3 points this season, it would take James just eight or nine more games to surpass Chamberlain.

After that is the man that James often sees himself pitted against in comparisons, Michael Jordan. Jordan amassed a total of 32,292 points in his 15 seasons, good for fourth all-time. At his rate of 27.3 points per game, it would take James about 40 more games to reach and surpass the six-time champion Jordan.

Who's left to possibly catch after that?

After likely surpassing Chamberlain and Jordan at some point this season, that would leave James behind just three players on the all-time scoring list.

Currently in third place is the recently retired Kobe Bryant (last season was 2015-16). The five-time NBA champion played 20 seasons (all with the Lakers) and scored 33,643 points.

James is now 2,439 points behind Bryant.

"The Mailman" Karl Malone resides in second place for the all-time scoring list. Malone played 18 seasons for the Jazz before playing his 19th and final season with the Lakers. He retired after the 2003-04 season with 36,928 career points. James is now 5,726 points behind Malone.

The all-time leading scorer in the history of the NBA is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. The six-time MVP played his first six seasons with the Bucks and his last 14 with the Lakers. In those 20 seasons from 1969-70 until 1988-89, Abdul-Jabbar scored 38,387 points. James is now 7,185 points behind Abdul-Jabbar.