Karl-Anthony Towns scored a career-high 47 points in the Minnesota Timberwolves’ 106-104 loss to the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.

Towns became the youngest player in franchise history to record a 40-point game.

Here is a By the Numbers look at what Towns accomplished:

2 — Towns became the second player to record a 40-point, 15-rebound game this season, joining Anthony Davis, who has two such games. All three of those games were losses.

3 — Adding the 18 rebounds he grabbed, Towns became the third-youngest player to record a 45-point, 15-rebound game. Only Kevin Durant (20 years, 116 days) and Shaquille O’Neal (20 years, 347 days) were younger than Towns (21 years, 15 days) when they accomplished the feat.

4 — Towns is also the fourth-youngest player to record a 40-point, 15-rebound game, trailing Durant, O’Neal and Davis.

6 — It was the sixth straight time than a 40-point, 15-rebound game in the NBA has been achieved by a former Kentucky big man (Davis has done so four times, and DeMarcus Cousins once). Russell Westbrook was the last non-Kentucky player to record a 40-point, 15-rebound game in the NBA.

22 — Towns’ career high while he played at Kentucky was 25 points. He nearly doubled that total Wednesday, scoring 22 more points than his college best.

100 — It took Towns 100 games to record a 40-point game. It took Kevin Garnett 353 games to score 40 points in a game; he was 23.

Via ESPN