Kiwi basketball sensation Steven Adams is growing more and more popular by the day.
Rising to the top of the Oklahoma City Thunder's pecking order, Adams is expected to become one of the team's stalwarts this season, with the departure of former franchise player Kevin Durant.
American news website The Ringer decided to turn that story into a Super Mario Bros. parody.
Naming the spoof 'Super Mustache Bros,' the video game includes Adams and his partner in facial hair crime, Enes Kanter.
They must navigate their way through the perilous virtual world in order to rescue their once dear teammate, Kevin Durant, from the Golden State Warrriors.
Featuring an exclusive "Russell Westbrook mode," the game is riddled with in house jokes and NBA references.
If the game was to come out for real, Steven Adams could invade homes around the world.
Luckily for him, it's only a fake, and he can rest easy knowing Kevin Durant needs no saving.