For now, Los Angeles Lakers legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar remains the all-time leading scorer in NBA history and he's making sure everyone knows it.

Earlier this week, Kareem was on The Jimmy Fallon Show and hilariously flexed about how he's still at the top of the list despite doing almost all of his damage inside without a three-point shot.

Via Sportscenter:

The Lakers icon mentioned the three-point part because Fallon asked him if there were many snipers back in his day. Abdul-Jabbar made it clear the game was much different, as we all know, while voicing his brutally honest opinion on the shooting-heavy NBA of today:

Not like that, there were good three point shooters, (back then) you might get ten three point shots in a game, now there are 10 three point shots in a quarter. It seems like (today) it’s a three-point shooting contest.”

He's not wrong. The fact Kareem scored 38,387 points in his career with the Lakers and Bucks speaks to the testament of just how special he was. LeBron James, who is just over 1,000 points behind Abdul-Jabbar in second place, has scored his fair share of points from downtown. Don't get me wrong, The King is arguably the GOAT but in Kareem's day and age, the primary source of scoring came from mid-range and around the hoop. Things always change and whether it's for the better or worst, well, that's for fans to decide.

Check out this hilarious skit from Kareem's time on Jimmy Fallon: