Suns guard Devin Booker's 70-point outburst at Boston was the NBA's best single-game scoring performance this season. Booker became just the sixth player in league history to hit the 70-point mark. The others? Wilt Chamberlain, Kobe Bryant, David Thompson, Elgin Baylor and David Robinson. Michael Jordan's career high was 69, which he scored in 1990 against Cleveland.

Booker is also a big "Call of Duty" fan. Can he put his record-setting performance in context to the popular video game?

"Scoring 70 points in an NBA game would be equivalent to having 20-plus kills in Search and Destroy in 'Call of Duty,'" Booker told ThePostGame.

Booker and D'Angelo Russell of the Lakers had a chance to test their gaming skills against each other in the studios of Infinity Ward, the company that develops COD. Check out some scenes from their visit in the video above.

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