Tonight LeBron James is going to make his first ever NBA Finals appearance. After only 4 years since he had joined the Cleveland Cavaliers he was able to guide his team to the biggest stage of basketball. As King James prepares for the finals, we look at the start of his career that got him here – his very first NBA game. On October 29, 2003 LeBron scored twenty-five points, nine assists, six rebounds and four steals in a loss to Sacramento. It was the most points ever scored by a prep-to-pro player in his debut game. It was also the initial appearance of his first signature sneakers Nike Air Zoom Generation. On his debut NBA match-up LeBron wore the White/Black/Red colorway and one week later (November 5, 2003) he introduced the First-Game AZG – the First-Game stands for the date of his first ever NBA home game in Cleveland. Look at the photos below and check out this highlights video: LeBron’s NBA debut.