Lebron James surpassed the 25,000 point plateau during last nights win against the Philadelphia 76ers, becoming the youngest player to achieve the feat.


James, 30, passed the mark set by Kobe Bryant in 2010 when he was 31. 

LBJ is currently sitting at 20th all-time on the NBA's list of points scored all-time and is quickly climbing the ladder. At the rate he's going it would be reasonable to assume that he will surpass Kobe and "The Mailman" for second, if he can stay healthy. Abdul-Jabbar is looking secure in the number one spot. For now.