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In just five games, Victor Wembanyama delivered a stunning 38-point performance against the Phoenix Suns, securing back-to-back victories over Kevin Durant and Devin Booker’s team.

The 19-year-old center also contributed 10 rebounds, boasting an impressive 57.7% shooting from the field and 50.0% from beyond the arc.

Elevating his team to a 3-2 record in the NBA standings, Wembanyama joined the elite company as the third teenager to score at least 38 points in a game, following the footsteps of LeBron James and Kevin Durant.

Additionally, he is chasing David Robinson’s record for the highest points scored in a game by a San Antonio Spurs rookie, currently ranking third.

Notably, Wembanyama achieved a feat last seen in 1992 by Shaquille O’Neal, recording over 100 points and 10 blocks in his first five NBA games.

Furthermore, he joins David Robinson as the only rookie to surpass 100 points in a five-game span.