Miles Bridges had mouths agape across the NBA on Sunday with his thunderous dunk over Clint Capela.
The Charlotte Hornets forward ensured Hawks center Capela will be on a highlight reel for the wrong reasons for years to come, towering over the former Houston Rockets man and finishing with tremendous authority.
It is sure to have sparked widespread 'dunk of the year debates' after Anthony Edwards' similarly ridiculous effort for the Minnesota Timberwolves against the Toronto Raptors back in February.
And it also capped a superb week for Bridges, as we explain in this week's edition of Heat Check.
Miles Bridges - Charlotte Hornets
Not only did Bridges produce a dunk that will live long in the memory, he also enjoyed the third-largest improvement in points-per-game average for last week.
Bridges entered last week averaging just 9.96 points per game but put up 21.67 across three contests, following up a 26-point effort against the Milwaukee Bucks with 23, including that dunk, in the loss to the Hawks.
Jalen McDaniels - Charlotte Hornets
One of only two players to enjoy a bigger improvement than Bridges was team-mate McDaniels, who made the most of increased playing time.
With LaMelo Ball, Malik Monk and Gordon Hayward all on the sideline, McDaniels took advantage of the opportunity to shine.
He came into the week with an average of 4.17 points per game, but that ballooned to 16.33 in last week's games, scoring a career-high 21 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Damian Lillard - Portland Trail Blazers
One of the most clutch shooters in the NBA, Lillard let his absurdly high standards drop over the past week.
The Blazers point guard had been averaging 29 points a game prior to last week, however, disappointing outings in losses to the Los Angeles Clippers and Miami Heat saw him put up 18.25 ppg across four games.
He was two for 14 from the field in scoring 11 points against the Clippers, and managed just a point more in Portland's defeat to the Heat.
Joe Harris - Brooklyn Nets
In a star-studded Nets team, Harris plays a crucial role in providing consistently impressive perimeter shooting.
But he rounded off last week with an unusually poor performance from three-point range in Brooklyn's loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Harris went 0 for 4 from deep, dropping his average three-pointers made to 1.3 for the week, which he went into converting 3.24 attempts per game.