Jordan Poole had one hell of a night on Wednesday. Not only did he power the Golden State Warriors to a huge victory over the Miami Heat, but he also made history in the process.

With Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green absent for the game, Poole moved up the pecking order and was relied upon to carry the scoring load. And carrying he did, as he exploded for 30 points on 10-0f-18 shooting from the field–including 7-of-13 from 3-point territory–to lead the Dubs to a 118-104 victory.

It was Poole’s 11th straight game to score at least 20 points, making him just the fourth Warriors player in the past decade to do so. The streak, which started on March 1, propels him in the same category as Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and David Lee, per NBA History.

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Making the record even more amazing, Jordan Poole is the second-youngest Warriors player to do it in team history at 22 years old. Only Rick Barry has done it at a younger age, while obviously, he’s way younger than Curry, Durant and Lee when he did it.

Poole has been one of the best feel-good stories of the 2021-22 season. After struggling for playing time in his first two years in the league and even getting sent to the G League, he finally got the break he needed earlier this campaign with Thompson still out and recovering from his multiple injuries. The young guard made the most of the opportunity he gets, earning him the trust of head coach Steve Kerr.

Now, there is no doubt that he’ll be a big part of the Warriors’ future.