LeBron James is close to breaking the NBA's all-time scoring record.
He currently needs 63 points to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's record of 38,387.
James is averaging 30.2 points per game, making two games in particular, against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Milwaukee Bucks, possible opportunities for him to break the record.
Both games will be nationally televised on TNT.
Ticket prices for the Thunder game are skyrocketing, with the lowest cost on Ticketmaster being $369.05.
Two courtside seats for the Thunder game are being sold for $242,000.
Other courtside seats for the Thunder game are being sold for $108,900 and $60,500.
The cheapest seat for the Bucks game is $445.
Prices could increase as James continues to play and gets closer to breaking the record.
LeBron James is playing at an exceptional level at the age of 38, comparable to Tom Brady's performance before retiring at 45 in the NFL.