You better do your homework when you come for LeBron James.

Especially when J.J. Redick is around.

The former sharpshooter responded to a First Take segment in which Mad Dog Russo and others questioned LeBron James’s spot as the NBA’s all-time points leader by arguing that he accumulated all those points by longevity and wasn’t an all-time great scorer.

As you can see, Redick brought the receipts, pointing out that LeBron has the fifth-highest scoring average of all time (and almost the third) and has been the most clutch player in NBA history since they began taking such stats.

Do hot-takers need to be more careful now that J.J. is on the scene? 


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