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LeBron James passes Magic Johnson on NBA career assists list


LeBron James passed Magic Johnson for sixth on the NBA’s all-time assists list as the Los Angeles Lakers earned a hard-earned 133-129 win over the Milwaukee Bucks.

The Lakers great’s ninth assist in the game – which came in the fourth quarter, with James finding Anthony Davis for a three-pointer on the right wing – saw him pass Johnson’s 10,141.

With star forward Davis scoring 44 points, along with 10 rebounds, four assists and three blocks, and James adding 28 points, the Lakers were able to hold off the Bucks.

James finished the game with 11 total assists, taking his tally to 10,144.

“It means a lot, obviously,” James said of surpassing Johnson’s assists, according to NBA.com.

“The way Magic approached the game was very infectious. His teammates loved playing with him because of the joy he played and his ability to pass the ball and engage the other guys. He was always thrilled to see his teammates being great. I’ve always admired that in him.

James, pictured as Milwaukee Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo blocks his shot, is closing in on the NBA's all-time leading scorer title.

The 37-year-old is behind Mark Jackson (10,334), Steve Nash (10,335), Chris Paul (11,071), Jason Kidd (12,091) and former Utah Jazz point guard John Stockton, who is in leads the NBA career assists rankings with 15,806.

James is now closing in on the NBA’s all-time leading scorer title and currently sits 936 career points behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

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