Phoenix Suns star Devin Booker became the youngest player in NBA history to record consecutive 50-point games.
Booker went off against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday, posting 50 points for the second successive game in Phoenix’s 124-121 loss.
The 22-year-old guard made history after scoring 59 in the Suns’ 125-92 defeat against the Utah Jazz on Monday.
Booker also set a personal and franchise record in the process midweek.
3/25: 59 PTS vs. UTA
3/27: 50 PTS vs. WAS
D-Book (22 yrs, 148 days) becomes the youngest player in @NBAHistory to record consecutive 50+ point games! #TimeToRise pic.twitter.com/t2Bpu3uQD8— NBA.com/Stats (@nbastats) March 28, 2019
However, Phoenix have gone 0-3 in each of Booker’s career 50-point games, making him the first player in NBA history to lose the first three games in which he scored 50 points.
The Suns own the second-worst record in the league behind only the New York Knicks at 17-59 and have six regular-season games remaining.
Meanwhile, Booker has 109 points in his last two outings.