Kevin Durant's start to life with the Golden State Warriors has been pretty unbelievable.
The Dubs currently sit at 16-2 - on a 12-game winning streak - and KD is the early front-runner to be named Most Valuable Player.
When he moved to the Bay Area, people were quick to say his and Stephen Curry's days of battling for MVP crowns were on hold: surely there was no way a player could produce MVP-level numbers on a team stacked with All-Stars.
But Durant has done just that; he is averaging 27.1 points - shooting 57% from the field and 44.2% from three - 8.4 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 1.6 blocks at a career-high PER of 30.7.
The scary thing? Teammate Andre Iguodala believe we still haven't seen the best of the Darantula in Oakland.
He said: “KD has been just about as good as you can possibly be (but) I don’t think he’s really scratched the surface as far as what he can do.
“He’s kind of holding back on everyone else, so I’m looking forward for him to step on that pedal as we continue.
“I’m telling you, he’s got a crazy arsenal. He’s one of the best scorers of all time as far as finding a way to score. It’s (like) peeling layers – it’s kind of like an onion. It’s crazy. It’s amazing. You guys will see it, and you’ll enjoy it.
"I think sometimes he’s trying to make sure he doesn’t shoot too many shots, but we’re trying to let him know that it’s impossible for him to shoot too many shots.”