Sports Buzz: LeBron James Passes Patrick Ewing as 20th on NBA Scoring List

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LeBron James Passes Patrick Ewing as 20th on NBA Scoring List

LeBron James just keeps making history. With a first-quarter hook shot against the Miami Heat on Thursday night, King James passed Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing for 20th on the NBA's all-time scoring list. "It's an honor," James told ESPN after accomplishing the feat and leading his Cleveland Cavaliers to a 114-88 home win. "When I was growing up, you see these guys playing and you just hope that one day you can [too]. I always had dreams about being able to play in the NBA, and seeing what Pat and those guys were doing in the '90s with that New York Knick team facing the [IndianaPacers or facing the [ChicagoBulls, or whoever they were going against, they were very tough-minded, and he was the cornerstone of the whole thing." (Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images)

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