LaMelo Ball had a truly legendary game on Tuesday.
He scored 92 points for Chino Hills High School in Chino Hills, Calif. on Tuesday as they played Los Osos High School, winning 147-123.
For context, Wilt Chamberlain holds the NBA record for most points scored in a game with 100, and Danny Heater of Burnsville High School in West Virginia once scored 135 points.
Ball, a sophomore, then dedicated the game to a classmate who needed a heart transplant.
WATCH | Here are some highlights from the game.
Keep in mind, high school basketball quarters are only eight minutes long. So those 92 points came in just 32 minutes of play.
#Love4Lexi refers to the sister of a school dance team member who needs a heart transplant.
Since this tweet, Lexi's condition has worsened, USA Today reports.
He loves to score....It's easy for him. He finally got to play his game.
Ball has a bit of a pedigree. His brother LiAngelo is a senior at Chino Hills and also a star on the basketball team, and his oldest brother Lonzo is a freshman on UCLA's basketball team. LaMelo is also a UCLA commit despite being only a sophomore. LiAngelo was benched to keep him uninjured before the playoffs, allowing LaMelo's big game.
Even NFL stars for the Los Angeles Rams took notice of Ball's performance.
Sports Twitter was stunned.
The highlights just kept coming.
Also keep in mind. He's just a sophomore.
And the quarters are way shorter than NBA or college basketball.