Articles LeBron Climbing Elite List Despite Loss to Bulls The Cleveland Cavaliers lost their third straight game, 6-10 in March, against the Chicago Bulls last night, but it wasn’t all bad for LeBron James. LeBron passed Shaq on the NBA All-Time scoring list moving from number eight to number seven. Shaq ended his career with 28,596 points and LeBron currently has 28,599. (via Wikipedia.org) If LeBron can average roughly 25 points per game and play around 75 games each season, he would be the NBA’s all-time leading scorer six seasons from now. (via ESPN.com) With the Cavs’ being in such a tough stretch of losing games right now, LeBron gave more credit to Shaq’s career than acknowledging passing him on the list. Shaq, on the other hand, had a hilarious reaction to LeBron passing him up on the list. Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleEmailReddit Also Check Out: Will the Spurs benefit from signing Andre Miller? Matthew Handel Future Iowa Hawkeye with a passion for covering sports. If you take the time to read my work I thank you! Positivity Pays!