Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson had a huge game on Monday (Dec. 5), when he went for 60 against the Indiana Pacers.

Klay scored 60 points in just 29 minutes, which — according to Elias Sports Bureau research — is the fewest minutes played in a 60-point game.

With the accomplishment, the Warriors now have 30 60-point games in franchise history –more than twice as many as the team with the next-most, the Lakers. Wilt Chamberlain has 27 of the 30, while Thompson, Rick Barry and Joe Fulks have the other three. Barry was the last Warriors with 60 or more, which took place in March 1974.

See Thompson’s highlights from his monster game above.