LeBron moves up to 7th on the all-time scoring list.
LeBron James passed Shaquille O'Neal on the NBA's all-time scoring list last night in Chicago, reaching 28,599 for his career. He now sits behind Dirk Nowitzki who is at 30,181 and counting.
However, LeBron's primary focus after last night's loss to the Bulls (the team's 5th loss in their last 7 games) was getting the Cavs back on track as they approach the playoffs.
"We're just in a bad spot right now. Not disappointed with the effort. We're just in a bad spot," James said following the Cavs' fifth loss in the past seven games. "We're going to try to figure it out. ... I think the effort was there. I just don't think the concentration for as close to 48 minutes is there yet. Which is unfortunate."
Cleveland fell a half game behind the Boston Celtics for the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference and have gone 6-10 during the month of March.
Check out what Shaq had to say about LeBron eclipsing his 28,596 career point total, as well as LBJ's comments below.