Late Tuesday night the Chicago Bulls found themselves tied against the New York Knicks heading into the fourth quarter. The United Center had been pretty quiet most of the night but what followed next was pure chaos.

Coby White went onto score 23 of his 27 points in the fourth all while setting a franchise record in three pointers made in a quarter with seven.

White not only set a franchise record but an NBA record with his latest three point barrage:

When White exited the game with about 1:31 remaining in the fourth, he received a very loud standing ovation from the home crowd. The Bulls went on to win 120-102 and now head to Milwaukee to face off against the 7-3 Bucks.