As the season draws closer to an end, records and career-highs begin to get broken.

On Monday night against the Sacramento Kings, Bradley Beal set a new personal best. He surpassed 50 dunks for the first time in his career.

Not a typical stat to keep track off among guards but it is impressive for the 6-5 shooting guard. Before this season his career-high was 48 in the 2016-17 season. He is already at 51 with the team 67 games into the 82-game season.

Those 51 dunks also put him at fifth among all guards in the NBA in 2018-19, according to CBS Sports' Tracker. He's even ahead of 2018 dunk champion Donovan Mitchell. 

At the pace he is on, Beal will be around 63 dunks when the season ends. 

This is all a part of an incredible season Beal has made for himself. A lot of it attributed to his off-court conditioning and workouts

He also currently has career-highs in minutes per game (37.6), points (25.8), rebounds (5.2), assists (5.5) and steals (1.5).