The legacy of LeBron James continues to grow with each passing day and season. He is continuously making and breaking NBA records. On January 16, 2013 vs. the Golden State Warriors James became the youngest player at 28 years and 17 days to score 20,000 points in NBA history. With the Heat leading the Warriors 42-31 in the second quarter, James drove past David Lee and shot a one handed off balance jumper with 2:48 remaining in the quarter to secure the record. Along with becoming the youngest to scoring 20,000 points, he reached another milestone by recording his 5,000th career assist. James has signed and inscribed "youngest to 20,000" on this official NBA Spalding basketball which has been limited to 20 in honor of his 20,000 points. James' black signature and inscription are authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's five-step authentication process. This ball is number 17/20.