Last night, the Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Denver Nuggets 115-99. The continued down fall of the Lakers was not the biggest story line of last night's game. Instead it was Lebron James passing Michael Jordan on the NBA's all time scoring list. The current NBA scoring list top five now sits as this

1-Kareem Abdul-Jabbar-38,387

2-Karl Malone-36,928

3-Kobe Bryant-33,643

4-LeBron James (as of 3/7/2019)-32,311

5-Michael Jordan-32,292

At his current pace, LeBron James would set a new NBA scoring record by the 2021-2022 NBA season. Jordan's career scoring average per game still remains three points higher than James'.

What does LeBron James passing Michael Jordan on the NBA's all time scoring list mean for their legacies? Does it mean anything? Let us know below.