Phoenix Suns star guard Devin Booker has the scored the most points in a 30-point loss in NBA history.
Booker poured in 59 points against the Utah Jazz on Monday night in a 125-92 lopsided loss for the Suns.
The effort by Booker comes two years and a day removed from his 70-point scoring performance against the Boston Celtics. That feat was also in a 130-120 loss on March 24, 2017.
The Suns suffered their fourth straight setback and sixth loss in the last seven games. Phoenix is 17-and-58 with seven games left to play. The team would need to win four games down the stretch to match its franchise worst 21 wins, which came only last season.
Booker is averaging a career-best 26.2 points per game this season, and signed a five-year, $158-million-dollar max rookie extension this past offseason. He is under contract through the 2023-2024 season.
Newly signed Jimmer Fredette notched his first points in a Suns uniform despite a brutal 1-for-10 shooting performance on the night.