The “Best Weapon in Basketball” was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Everyone was aware that he was on the verge of breaking Wilt Chamberlain’s scoring record for a career in 1984. Still, opponents were unable to stop him.

On April 5, 1984, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar overcame Wilt Chamberlain to break the NBA’s all-time scoring record. Strangely, the game was held in Las Vegas.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, a former basketball player from the United States, played for the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Lakers for a combined 20 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Abdul-Jabbar won the nba Most Valuable Player award a record six times while playing center (MVP). He was selected to the NBA All-Star team an unprecedented 19 times (tied for the most ever), 15 times (all-NBA team), and 11 times (all-defensive team). He played on six NBA championship teams and helped two more win championships as an assistant coach. He was also twice selected as the NBA Finals MVP. On three NBA anniversary teams, he was named (35th, 50th, and 75th). [1] One of the finest players of all time,[2] widely respected. [3][4] Pat Riley, Isiah Thomas, and Julius Erving all referred to him as the best basketball player of all time.

With 38,387 points, he now owns the NBA scoring record. Abdul-Jabbar turned into a writer, activist, and cultural ambassador when his playing days were over.

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