Houston Rockets ‘points guard’ James Harden has become the first player in NBA history to record four 30-point, 15-assist games in the first seven games of a season, according to Elias Sports Bureau.

The bearded one reached this very unique record after a 32-point, 15-assist performance against the Washington Wizards on Monday. The Rockets came up on top 114-106, spoiling John Wall‘s milestone night, becoming the franchise’s all-time assists leader.

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Harden also became the first player since Michael Jordan (1988-89) with 30 points and 10 assists in four straight games.

The 2014-15 MVP runner-up is making a bold case for his candidacy this year, but with the electric competition he’s against this season, the only way he will separate himself from the others is if his incredible numbers translate into wins for the Rockets.