LeBron James joined the top-10 all-time in scoring over the weekend passing Hakeem Olajuwon. James will also likely become the youngest player in the history of the game to reach 27,000 points.

James is a little uncomfortable talking about his legacy as a scorer since he doesn't consider that a central part of his game.

"Scoring has never been on my list of goals," James said. "Facilitating, getting my guys involved and rebounding, defending, getting blocked shots and things of that nature always ranked above that."

The greatest single play of his career is now likely James' chase-down block of Andre Iguodala in Game 7 of the 2016 Finals.

When James went to Miami in 2010, he saw his shot total fall by two to three per game. But he kept his scoring rate nearly the same. He did it by becoming devoted to efficiency.

"For me to be in the top 10 with so many great players that played this game ... it's an honor," James said. "It's pretty cool."