Lebron James (39, LA Lakers) is soaring in ticket prices for the game where he will achieve the top scorer record in the NBA regular season.

James led the team’s 112-111 victory with 26 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists in an away game against the Indiana Pacers on the 3rd. James narrowed the gap with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387 points), who ranked first in this category, to 62 points with a career total of 38,325 points.

James, who is averaging 30.1 points per game this season, will be on the hunt for new records in road games against the New Orleans Pelicans on the 5th, Oklahoma City Thunder on the 8th and home games against the Milwaukee Bucks on the 10th. 온라인바카라

On this day, Bleacher Report reported that the price of courtside (bench right in front of the stadium) ticket price for the Thunder game, which is the most likely to break the record among the Lakers’ next three games, soared to $92,000 (approximately 112.79 million won). According to Yahoo Sports on the 2nd, the average price of all tickets for Thunder is close to $1,152 (about 1.41 million won). The average price of tickets for the Lakers-Pacers game on the 3rd was about $336 (about 410,000 won).

But even if you spend a ton of money, you might not see LeBron on the court. The 39-year-old has been out occasionally this season to avoid a devastating injury. Clutch Point, an American sports media, said, “I paid a lot of money to come in, but you might see LeBron James in a suit, not a uniform.”

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