Devin Booker became the sixth player in history to score 70 or more points Friday night at Boston. At just 20 years old he's the youngest member of the club, and the five other guys are all current or future Hall of Famers. Nice company.
Booker should have many more years to top his 70-point performance, which ties for the 10th-highest in NBA history. See who's ahead of him on the list — we bet you already know the top two.
T10. Devin Booker, 70, Suns at Celtics (3/24/17)
Stats: 21-40 FG, 24-26 FT, 4-11 3pt, 8 reb, 6 ast
Result: L, 130-120
T10. Wilt-Chamberlain, 70, Warriors at Nationals (3/10/63)
Stats: 27-38 FG, 16-22 FT
Result: L, 163-148
NBAE/Getty ImagesKen Regan
T8. David-Robinson, 71, Spurs at Clippers (4/24/94)
Stats: 26-41 FG, 18-25 FT, 1-2 3pt, 14 reb, 5 ast
Result: W, 112-97
NBAE/Getty ImagesNathaniel S. Butler
T8. Elgin Baylor, 71, Lakers vs. Knicks (11/15/60)