Klay Thompson put on a historic performance Monday night against the Indiana Pacers.

Through three quarters and only 29 minutes played, Thompson put up a whopping 60 points. To put that in perspective, the next best scoring effort in 29 minutes came from Larry Bird with 43.

Thompson scored his 60 on just 33 shots. He was 21-for-33 from the field and 8-for-14 from three-point range. Despite the unbelievable performance, we’ll all be stuck wondering what kind of history could’ve been made if he played in the fourth quarter.

Not only was he red-hot from the field, he continued to bring the heat in his postgame interview.

Bravo, Klay. Now go cool yourself down with an ice-cold Coors Light.