At just 23 years old, Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker is truly a matchup nightmare even for elite NBA defenders.

He can score at will from almost anywhere on the court and has even developed his slashing ability once he entered the pros. Still, his biggest asset is his accuracy and efficiency from beyond the arc, which was in full display when he won the Three Point Shooting Contest in 2018.

Booker once again showcased his insane marksmanship in a clip posted by the Suns on Twitter. The 6’5 shooting savant drained a ridiculous 123 consecutive three-pointers during practice.

“I got the score to 123. It’s a good day, that’s our record now,” Booker said in the clip.

D-Book is currently averaging 24.5 points, 3.7 rebounds and 6.3 assists in 18 games for the Suns. He improved his field goal percentage from 46.7 percent to 51 percent this year, while also upping his three-point accuracy from 32.6 to 41.9 percent.

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The Suns are currently tied with the Sacramento Kings for the eight seed in the Western Conference with an 8-10 record.

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