After an incredible performance against the Spurs, LeBron James has set an NBA record.

During Saturday night's game against the San Antonio Spurs, LeBron James put on another record-setting performance for the NBA.

LeBron James has been questioned a few times in his career, but each time he has done a great job of responding.

Before LeBron missed time with an adductor strain, his subpar start to the season by his standards had raised some eyebrows, and his performance on his return Friday night

against the San Antonio Spurs was a mixed bag. By now, it's common knowledge that LeBron won't be out of commission for long. By scoring a career-high 39 points and

leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a 143-138 victory against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of their back-to-back, LeBron James sent a message that he is still the best player in

the league. Although Anthony Davis, who has been on a tear of late, was unable to play due to a calf contusion, he led the team to victory.

In addition to delivering an outstanding performance, LeBron broke a record in the process.

The Lakers are steadily improving as this is their fifth victory in their previous six games. After a dismal 2-10 start, they've shown remarkable resiliency to recover and 

make the playoffs. The Indiana Pacers, who have won eight of their last ten games, are just the beginning of a stretch of much more difficult opponents.