I stopped watching the Warriors-Bucks game Saturday night midway through the third quarter because I was getting ready to go out (yes, this means I did begin watching this game at some point, something not many people can say they did).
At that point Brandon Jennings had 17 points and it didn’t appear that anything as spectacular as what eventually became was going to happen.
Last night I went into the NBA League Pass archives (greatest thing ever) and watched the second half of the game.
Jennings would end up with a Bucks rookie record (previously 51 by Kareem) of 55 points as the Bucks beat Golden State 129-125. He had 29 points in the third quarter alone, made 7-of-8 3-point attempts including a big one in the final minute and became the youngest player to ever score 50 points in a game (LeBron was the previous).