Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) shoots over Los Angeles Lakers small forward Nick Young (0) during the second half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

LeBron James has been pacing himself all season, but with the season hitting past the halfway point when All-Star break comes up, could the Miami Heat star turn up the gears?

It may very well seem possible, especially after seeing Kevin Durant ballin' out of his mind the past week and Carmelo Anthony dropping 62 points in a game last night.

The most LeBron has ever scored in a game was 56 points, so going for 62 like Melo did could very well seem possible. James, 29, says he may go for a 60- or 70-point game in the near future.



James is very capable of it, but he doesn't have to do it. No matter what Durant or Melo have done this year, everyone knows James is the best player in the game; everyone knows he's the man to stop once the postseason rolls around.

However, James may need new ways to motivate and challenge himself, and maybe have scoring outbursts from time-to-time could keep him focused.



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