"Kobe Bryant"
 Made History Becoming The Youngest NBA Player 
To Score 25,000 Points
But Still Lost 93-87 In The Cavalier's Joint

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While in Cleveland playing against the Cavilers, 31 year old  "Kobe Bryant" made history and became not only the 15th NBA player in history to score 25,000 points, but he's also the youngest to ever score 25,000.

"Bryant" reached this milestone by making one free throw late in the second quarter on Thursday. "Kobe Bryant" finished with 31 and had 19 of the "Laker's" first 40 points points but was only 4-of-15 in the second half as the "Lakers" lost the opener of an eight-game road trip.
At 31 years, 151 days, Bryant got to 25,000 in 35 fewer days than Wilt Chamberlain, who finished his career with 31,419 points.

Earlier, in the day "Kobe Bryant" was voted into his 12th All-Star game.

"Kobe" & "Shaq" might be new on the list but they are in the company with the likes of "Lakers" great Jerry West (25,192) and former "Indiana Pacer" guard "Reggie Miller" (25,279), but "Kareem Abdul-Jabbar" is the NBA’s career leader with 38,387 points.




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