Devin Booker drops 50 points (again) vs. Wizards in historic outing

The Suns certainly have something special in Devin Booker.

The star guard went off Wednesday against the Wizards, dropping 50 points for the second straight game in Phoenix’s 124-121 loss.

Booker, 22, becomes the youngest player in NBA history to register consecutive 50-point games after totaling 59 in the team’s 125-92 loss to the Jazz on Monday.

Booker also set a personal and franchise record in the process.

What’s even crazier? Booker hinted at the historic number earlier in the game.

The saddest part? Phoenix has gone 0-3 in each of Booker’s career 50-point games, making him the first player in NBA history to lose the first three games in which he scored 50 points.

The Suns own the second-worst record in the league behind only the Knicks at 17-59 and have six regular-season games remaining.

Meanwhile, Booker has 109 points in his last two outings.