DeMarcus Cousins continues his march to rewrite the Sacramento Kings record books. The 26-year-old center already owns the Sacramento-era records for most rebounds (4,641), most double-doubles (251) and most free throw attempts (3,166). On Sunday evening against the Brooklyn Nets, he moved up the Kings’ all-time scoring list, while setting a new standard for personal fouls.

With his 37-point performance in Brooklyn, Cousins surpassed Chris Webber (8,843) to move into third place all-time in scoring during the Sacramento-era of Kings basketball with 8,847 points.

“That’s incredible,” Cousins said of the accomplishment following the game. “I don’t really have to speak on Chris Webber’s legacy, especially in Sacramento. He’s the biggest icon to walk through the city. I’m excited, man. I never thought that would happen. That’s dope.”

He trails Hall of Famer Mitch Richmond (12,070) and long-time King, Peja Stojakovic (9,498) on the all-time list. Cousins needs just 651 to catch Stojakovic this season, but it will take a while to track down Richmond.