Paul George was named the most improved player in the NBA last season and, almost halfway through the 2014 campaign, the Indiana Pacers star looks set to surpass his achievements of the last campaign.
The 23-year-old scored 36 points during the weekend win over the LA Clippers, completing his haul with a showtime 360 windmill dunk, and continues to reinforce his position as one of the league's superstar performers.
George has the eighth best points-per-game average so far this season, coming in at 23.2 for his 39 games played, and this represents a significant rise on his stats from last year.
The previous season saw George score at an average of 17.4, while his efforts so far this season have been almost 10 points better than the average for his regular season career total to date.
A place in the NBA's All Star team for this year surely awaits and, following his superb performance against the Clips on Saturday, let's take a look at the top 10 plays from his breakout season.