Houston Rockets All-Star James Harden continues to rack up impressive achievements. His latest feat, however, shows just how hot he's been in the month of January.

According to a report from Justin Kubatko of StatMuse, Harden is the first player in NBA to record at least 600 points, 100 rebounds, and 100 assists in a calendar month since Jerry West did it in December 1965.

Harden's January numbers are impressive, to say the least. He finished the month averaging a whopping 43.6 points, which is the most by any player since Wilt Chamberlain averaged 45.8 points in 1963.

The Rockets fell short against the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night, but Harden still managed to post 37 points, extending his streak of 30-point games to 24. It was his 11th straight game with at least 35 points, which is the fifth-longest streak in NBA history, according to ESPN.

All in all, Harden put up 610 points in the month of January, which makes him the first player to have 600 or more points in a month since Michael Jordan did it in March of 1987. The Beard averaged 43.6 points, 8.7 rebounds and 7.6 assists for the month.

In 47 appearances with the Rockets this season (all starts), Harden has posted averages of 36.3 points on 43.8 percent shooting from the field (36.7 percent from beyond the arc), 8.1 assists, 6.7 rebounds and 2.1 steals in 37.4 minutes per outing.

Harden and the Rockets (29-21 and 1st in the Southwest Division standings) will be back in action on Friday night, when they'll face the Denver Nuggets inside the Pepsi Center. Tip-off is set for 10:00 p.m. ET, with ESPN having live broadcast coverage.