Over the course of Golden State Warriors All-Star shooting guard Klay Thompson’s distinguished career, the three-time NBA champion and California native has collective more outstanding single-game performances than one can count on both hands, but the one that stands out the most is probably Jan. 23, 2015—a.k.a. the 37-point third-quarter shootout from Thompson.

Warriors president Rick Welts even has the box score printed out and framed in his office depicting the amazing game from the five-time All-Star. Thompson, 30, scored 37 in an almost can’t-miss kind of quarter en route to 52 points. It’s not even Thompson’s personal best scoring night in the NBA, but the performance gave the Washington State product the individual record for most points in a single quarter.

Welts explained the reason behind his office decoration to 95.7 The Game (via NBC Sports Bay Area):

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“Let’s see. Michael Jordan. Magic Johnson. Larry Bird. Actually not even a close call for me. I only have one box score framed in my office — if I ever get to see my office again — and that’s Klay’s 37-point quarter. Without a doubt — the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen on a basketball court.

“I could never get tired of watching it. He was out of his mind. I’m not sure we’ll ever see anything like that again. And the crowd was a big part of it because he reacted every time the crowd reacted. Our bench was insane.

“Everybody in the building knew they were seeing history being made.”

That same the Warriors broke their 40-year championship drought by defeating LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, and the Cleveland Cavaliers to hoist up the Larry O’Brien trophy, making Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, Harrison Barnes, and Thompson all first-time champs.

Thompson’s performance over five years ago is a good reminder of how much potential the Warriors had during just the first run of their five consecutive Finals appearances.