wade most likely doesnt allow him to. if he ever tried that in wades stacked team hed probably shove his di.ck down his throat and remind him hes a choker not a scorer

Extremly capable of doing it every single night (all he has to do is chuck / alienate teammates).... but mindset of a very unselfish player factors in who does anything accordingly required to win the game and hence so does the situation & flow of the game factor in on how & what he will produce aswell...

LeBron's career high came on 36 shots against the Raptors...yeah, in his sophomore year. He's become significantly better since he was a sophomore.

As for the FGA argument, of course it's valid. The more games you have high volume of FGA the more likely you are to have a big game. Using career FGA is a poor way of actually assessing this.

Best way I see is the amount of games either of them took a huge number of shots, I arbitrarily chose 30 FGA (feel free to choose any other number).

LeBron's attempted 30 FGs a total of 27 times, 18 of which were in his first 4 years in the league before he entered his prime.

Koeb's had 100 games of 30 FGA, 47 of which were between his 2006-2009 seasons, a 3 year span right in the middle of his prime.

Looking at this it's obvious why one has many more big scoring games than the other. Since the 2008 season LeBron has had 9 games of 30 FGA, Kobe has had 6 in one month alone multiple times.

Their shot attempts are incomparable going by single game output.