Steven Adams has exploded for 25 points and 12 rebounds, starring on the Oklahoma City Thunder's 107-99 win over the Indiana Pacers.
The win, OKC's second in their last eight games, keeps OKC in the hunt for home advantage in the first round of the Western Conference finals.
Adams' big haul was well overdue with the Kiwi's season average recently dropping below a double-double for the first time this season.
His form has been mirrored by the Thunder who have dropped to seventh in the West, in danger of drawing the Golden State Warriors in the first round.
Paul George also scored 31 points and Russell Westbrook earned yet another triple-double in the win, which lifted OKC's season record to 44-31.
Early in the second half, the Thunder looked headed for yet another lacklustre defeat as the Pacers built a 10-point lead but pushed back in the third quarter to score 24 consecutive points across seven minutes.
Earlier, Seth Curry scored a team-high 20 points to lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a fifth straight victory, a 118-98 away rout of the Chicago Bulls.