Kobe Bryant, the newly-retired 37 year-old player with the Los Angeles Lakers, was the all-time active scoring leader during the 2015-2016 NBA season. During his 20-year career he scored 33,643 points, surpassing Michael Jordan but falling short of all-time historical scoring leader Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Abdul-Jabbar scored 38,387 points during his 20-season NBA career. Michael Jordan, an iconic figure of world basketball, is ranked fourth by all-time points scored during the regular season.
Nowadays, the NBA is the highest-paying sports league in the world. The average NBA player earned $4.6 million per year as of 2015, or a total of $2.1 billion for the the 448 players in the NBA. Out of the 30 NBA teams, the Brooklyn Nets pays the highest average salary at $6.2 million per year. Among NBA players, LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers is the highest paid NBA athlete with earnings of $64.8 million as of 2015, including salary of $20.8 million and an additional $44 million of endorsement income. During his 11-year career in the NBA, LeBron has scored a total of 26,833 points with an average of 27 points per game.
T20 Cricket has been most favourite for all the Cricket Lovers. Mostly people prefer to watch the shorter format cricket rather spending time on Classical Cricket. The Boundaries and Sixes raining all over the Fence and wickets at crucial time makes the audiences a bit more intresting when compared to other formats. We can see more of those trendy and innovative shots like Helicopter, Scoop, Upper cut, Reverse sweep etc.. Limited overs cricket started officially in the year 2005. The various records like Top run scorers, Top wicket takers are listed in the form of ranking. Source: ESPN CricInfoYou May Like×Close widgetJust for now24...
Guess which are best years of Sachin Tendulkar in scored more Runs, 100s,50s, wicket taken, fielding performance, etc.? Take a look on Player Performance in Test Cricket? Why only SR Tendulkar? How about other players? Where to go?.... Just Select any player from the list. Is this all? Not Satisfied? Explore more at: ESPN CricInfo