Steph Curry put on a mindboggling show Wednesday night against the Wizards.
He poured in 51 points on 15 of 24 shooting, 11 of 16 from 3-point range and 10 of 10 from the free throw line.
He was hitting shots from everywhere on the court.
He left Wizards head coach Scott Brooks practically speechless.
"Some of the shots he was making, I mean, they were...you don't see that," Brooks told the media in Oakland after the game. "He's a special player, special scorer, special shooter and he's taking 35-foot shots. It's hard to double-team a guy that far out and he makes them. He's make them like they are layups. Never seen anything like it."
So what did Brooks say to his players after the game?
"There's not a lot you can do," Brooks said. "They're tough shots. He makes it look like he's playing a video game because those shots are not normal shots to make."
Brooks was asked if he felt a sense of helplessness or frustration watching Curry make all those shots.
"You're watching a generational player. There's not a lot of those guys coming up through the ranks," Brooks said. "He makes shots, that most of those shots, most coaches would consider those bad shots. But he makes 60 percent of them, so they are good shots for Steph."
It's the second time Curry has scored 51 points against the Wizards. On Feb. 3, 2016, Curry scored 51 in Washington.