No one in NBA history has ever averaged as many points in a 16th season or later as James has.
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James hadn't gone six months since his last 50-point night; it was the first game of last season's NBA Finals, the one where J.R. Smith forgot the score in the final seconds and Cleveland lost to Golden State on the way to a sweep.Through 16 games, though there's nothing to suggest he's going to slow down this season, or anytime soon, James is his usual sensational self.He's averaging 28.8 points on 52 percent shooting, with 7.7 rebounds and 6.9 assists per game.Bryant is the only player to average more than 25 points this deep into a career; he averaged 27.9 points in 2011-12, 27.3 points in 2012-13 .Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, who had James for four seasons in Miami, describes James' game in one word: "Timeless".
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