Luka Doncic surpassed Michael Jordan in the NBA history books with a triple-double but he took the blame for the Dallas Mavericks' loss to the Chicago Bulls.
Doncic posted his 29th career triple-double, however, the Mavericks still went down 117-101 against the Bulls on Sunday.
All-Star Doncic moved above Bulls and NBA great Jordan and into 15th position on the all-time triple-double list after finishing with 36 points, 16 rebounds and 15 assists.
Doncic put up the fourth 35-plus point, 15-plus rebound and 15-plus assist game in NBA history, while he joined Oscar Robertson (five times), Wilt Chamberlain (1968) and James Harden (2016) as the only players with that stat line.
However, Dallas star Doncic was not happy after the Mavericks suffered back-to-back defeats.
"The second half, I played terrible… I was being selfish a bit I think, because I had 30 points in the first half," Doncic told reporters.
"That wasn't me in the second half. I've got to do way better than that. That's just on me. I shouldn't be doing this."
Doncic added: "I was just taking some shots I shouldn't be taking. Just have to do way better than this. As a team, we have to step up, especially defensively and bring the energy."
Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle said: "The stats are spectacular. It's phenomenal.
"But without a win, he won't be happy with it either."