Denver Nuggets head coach Michael Malone described the efficiency of Jamal Murray's 50-point haul as "remarkable".
Murray went 21-of-25 from the field and eight-of-10 from three-point range to post 50 points in the Nuggets' 120-103 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday.
Malone lauded the guard's performance after the Nuggets improved their record to 16-13.
"I've been around a lot of great players, I've been in the league for a long time, I've seen many 50-point games," he said.
"To do it as efficiently as he did is really remarkable."
Nikola Jokic finished with a triple-double of 16 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists for the Nuggets.
Murray said the Nuggets' numerous threats made his life easier against the Cavaliers.
"I can shoot a little bit. Once I see a few go down, I just took off from there and kind of mixed it up," he told Altitude TV.
"I was able to get to the rim on them when they tried to change the coverage and we've got a lot of weapons. You can't just flat-out double me when I'm hot, you've got a 'Joker' [Jokic], who's MVP of the season, he'll pick you apart if you're playing four on three especially.
"I feel like it was just a tough task to be able to deal with both of us and the rest of the team as well."