Is there anyone better on the offensive glass in the NBA than Kiwi big man Steven Adams?
The Oklahoma City Thunder centre was wiping the offensive glass in a big way again on Thursday (NZ time) as his side beat the Toronto Raptors 124-107.
Adams finished with 18 points on 9-10 shooting and nine rebounds, six of which were on the offensive end.
It's another strong outing for the big man who is proving to be a real candidate for an All-Star selection this season.
The Raptors came into the match having lost just nine of their 32 matches, while the Thunder were riding a five-game winning streak.
The Thunder were behind early as the Raptors found their stroke early. However the Oklahoma City side outscored the Raptors 34-25 in the second quarter to take a slim lead into half time.
That provided the platform for the Thunder to go on and claim their sixth straight win on the back of 33 points from forward Paul George and 30 from guard Russell Westbrook.
As a result of their strong play in recent fixtures, the Thunder sit fifth in the Western Conference with a record of 20 wins to 15 losses.
The side sit nine games behind the conference leading Golden State Warriors, who hold the league's best record of 28 wins to seven losses.