LeBron James has been to many histories in the NBA, and he keeps on joining more lists as he is now tied with the late and great Kobe Bryant for the second-most appearances in the All-Star Game, at 18.

James, who is in his 19th year in the NBA, remains one of the deadliest in the league despite his LA Lakers struggling in the first half of the season. He is also the team captain for the All-Star Weekend in Cleveland this month.

Solo performance-wise, at the age of 37, James has been doing some insane statistics as he averages about 28 points per game this season.

His latest feat was becoming the All-Time Scoring Leader in regular season and playoffs combined. He surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who is also in first in ASG stint with 19 and the league’s all-time leading scorer.

James now has 44,157 points and counting.