With a jump shot in the closing seconds of the first quarter in the Cleveland Cavaliers' matchup with the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night, LeBron James became just the seventh player in NBA history to score 30,000 career points.
Moments after the milestone, which at 33-years-old, he is the youngest to player to reach, Fox Sports Ohio posted a video tribute to the Cavs' superstar, in which his family congratulated him on the rare accomplishment.
The video starts with James' youngest son, Bryce, stating, "Congratulations, Dad, on 30,000 points. You're the best."
James' older son, LeBron "Bronny" James Jr. then adds: "Congratulations, Dad on 30,000 points. I'm proud of you, but you know I've taught you well."
James' 2-year-old daughter, Zhuri also makes an appearance, telling her 4-time MVP father, "Congratulations, Daddy, I love you," before blowing a kiss.
The video closes with James' wife, Savannah James, telling her husband, "Congratulations, my love, on being the youngest NBA player to score 30,000 points in your career. I am so proud of you, beyond proud. I know the work that you put in day in and day out to be able to work at this high level and I am just so proud of you. I hope you are also proud of this moment. This is such a huge milestone for you. You should celebrate yourself and be very proud of yourself. We love you and keep doing what you do, because you got it."
For complete coverage of James' big moment and the reaction to it, check out WKYC.com/Cavaliers throughout the night.