The biggest is this: how can he help his team change direction and become competitive again?
But even with all the problems facing James and his squad, there is no doubt that he will keep having a historic career.
LeBron James just passed Paul Pierce on the all-time 3PM list 🔥
He now sits at No. 10 pic.twitter.com/8I4ux3dUa4
— NBACentral (@TheNBACentral) October 21, 2022
Just days into the new season, James has passed another NBA legend on a major list.
James recently surpassed Paul Pierce on the all-time three-pointer list.
The four-time champion now sits at number nine on that list.
James actually passed by Paul Pierce and Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers on the list.
James has 2,145 threes while Lillard has 2,144 and Pierce has 2,143.
Of course, at the top of that list is Stephen Curry, who has claimed 3,121 during his career.
The chances of James overtaking Curry are very small but he could make his way up the list a bit more over the next few years.
However, based on what we have seen from James so far this season, he might have trouble moving up much more.
That is because his team has been lacking a lot from the field.
They have had serious offensive trouble and are only shooting 22% from beyond the three-point line.
No one should ever count James out though, he might start hitting his stride from downtown and put up multiple treys per game soon.
James isn’t worried about overtaking more players on this list.
He’s far more concerned about assisting his team and getting them back in good shape.