With his last pair of free throws in the Lakers’ 132-123 win at Houston, LeBron James passed another milestone.

Those final two points helped the King reach and exceed 36,000 career points, making him the youngest to reach that milestone at 36 years and 363 days.

James is the top-ranked active player on the all-time goalscorer list and could rise to the top of the rankings at the end of his career. At the top of the list is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, a position he has held since 1984, whose 38,387 points are the most in NBA history.

LeBron’s historic achievement comes in a game in which he finished with his third triple-double of the season. The stat extends his record for the most triple-doubles in NBA history for a player over the age of 35.

Take a look at the full list of the NBA’s top 25 all-time scorers below.

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Which players are in the top 25 on the NBA’s all-time goalscorer list?

Rank Player Points
one. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38,387
two. Karl Malone 36,928
3. Lebron James 36,001
Four. Kobe bryant 33,643
5. Michael Jordan 32,292
6. Dirk nowitzki 31,560
7. Wilt chamberlain 31,419
8. Shaquille o’neal 28,596
9. Carmelo anthony 27,844
10. Moses Malone 27,409
eleven. Elvin hayes 27,313
12. Hakeem Olajuwon 26,946
13. Oscar robertson 26,710
14. Dominique wilkins 26,668
fifteen. Tim duncan 26,496
sixteen. Paul pierce 26,397
17. John havlicek 26,395
18. Kevin Garnett 26,071
19. Vince carter 25,728
twenty. Alex English 25,613
twenty-one. Reggie miller 25,279
22. Jerry west 25,192
23. Patrick Ewing 24,815
24. Kevin During 24,686
25. Ray allen 24,505
26. Allen Iverson 24,368

* Bold italics indicate active players.