Washington Wizards Bradley Beal Stephen Curry. Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

Steph Curry added to his NBA career scoring tally, after an amazing performance vs. the Brooklyn Nets. The Warriors’ superstar exploded for 37 points to lead his team to a 117-99 win over Brooklyn.

Curry passed not one, but two Hall of Famers on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. The most notable was former Detroit Pistons star Isiah Thomas.

Chet Walker, a seven-time All-Star who played for 13 seasons in the NBA throughout the 60s and 70s, was the other player Curry passed Tuesday.

Curry (18,836 points) now sits at 64th on the list behind Jason Terry (18,881) and Scottie Pippen (18940). He could end up moving further up in the list as the regular season continues.