LeBron James made NBA history Tuesday as the Lakers star’s jump shot in the final seconds of the third quarter against the Thunder made him the leading scorer in NBA history, breaking a record that was held for nearly 39 years. 

James needed to get 36 points to beat the record, and he had no problem doing just that in front of the home crowd in L.A. that came out to witness a historic moment. 

The game was stopped after LeBron broke the record, and a ceremony took place at midcourt. James got the chance to give a speech, and at the end of it he dropped a bad word that was heard loud and clear on TV.

Warning: The F-word is said in this video. 

NBA fans loved it.