LeBron says consistency fuels his status as NBA's top player

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When asked about being named the league's No. 1 player for the sixth consecutive year, LeBron said there is one characteristic to his game that people are noticing.

"I think it means something of the simple fact that, you know, that what I'm doing, I'm very consistent," James said following the Cleveland Cavaliers' 105-94 win over the Washington Wizards on Friday. "I'm very consistent with my game, very consistent on how I approach the game. And there's, whoever's making it, I don't know who's making the case for it, they respect the way I play the game. So it's a testament to that."

He is now the youngest player in NBA history to score 27,000 career points. On Friday, James reached the historic landmark with a 3-point shot in the first quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ encounter with the Washington Wizards. At 31 years and 317 days, James beats Kobe Bryant who crossed the 27000-point mark at the age of 32.

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