The evening of Saturday, Jan. 25, continued the NBA's recent trend of incredible scoring performances.
One night after Carmelo Anthony's 62 points, Terrence Ross, the 22-year-old Toronto Raptors small forward, shocked the basketball world by scoring 51 points in a loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.
The league hasn't seen this kind of scoring outburst in nearly two seasons, according to ESPN Stats & Info:
The last time the NBA had consecutive days with a 50-point scorer? March 13-14, 2009: LeBron James (51) & Dwyane Wade (50)
Out West, the Pacers continued to struggle, while the Timberwolves failed to build off Friday's close victory.