LEBRON JAMES IS well-known for his uncanny ability to recall specific moments from any point throughout his pro basketball career, whether it occurred minutes or even years prior. But when asked earlier this week about the milestone he reached Thursday — going 16 years and 1,125 regular-season games without scoring fewer than 10 points — James was stumped. “Really?” he told ESPN. “I don’t remember it.” It turns out James isn’t alone. The game no one seems to recall? It was Jan. 5, 2007, a Cleveland Cavaliers’ 95-86 road victory over the Milwaukee Bucks during James’ fourth season in the NBA. His line: nine assists, five rebounds, 3-for-13 shooting from the field in 43 minutes. And eight points.