Over and Back: Records and milestones for the 2019-20 NBA season

In anticipation of the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season, Jason Mann and Rich Kraetsch look at records and milestones that can and will be broken and achieved in the upcoming season.

Some of these include historic longevity records from Vince Carter, Jamal Crawford’s potential to become an all-time shooter, Chris Paul continuing to cement his claim as one of the best point guards of all-time and LeBron James’ ascension to greatest of all-time status.

Before diving into this year’s potential records and milestones, we look back at what records, streaks and milestones took place last season including Klay Thompson’s all-time three-point game, James Harden’s unbelievable three-point totals, a random day in January that became one of the all-time great shooting days in NBA history, Russell Westbrook’s triple-double streaks, a bevy of 50-point games, Dirk Nowitzki and Carter tying for most NBA seasons played, Gregg Popovich’s rise up the coaching win ranks and his San Antonio Spurs making the playoffs for a record-tying 22 seasons.

For the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season, we look at LeBron James’ continued rise up the all-time scoring leaderboard, players that will enter the 20,000-point scored club, Carter becoming fourth all-time in games played, James entering the top 10 in games started, Curry’s quest to become the most prolific three-point shooter of all-time, Dwight Howard passing Hakeem Olajuwon in rebounds (no, seriously), Paul’s assist/steal records and much more!

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