Joel Embiid "just wants to dominate" in every single game after he starred again for the Philadelphia 76ers.
The 76ers put the Detroit Pistons away with the minimum of fuss on Friday, winning 124-92.
Embiid, last season's NBA MVP, tallied up 35 points and added 13 rebounds as the Sixers recorded a second win over Detroit in the space of two days.
With that haul, Embiid became the first player to have 675 points and 200 rebounds across his first 20 games of a season since Wilt Chamberlain in the 1964-65 campaign.
"It's great to be in that class," Embiid said when that statistic was put to him after the game.
"I just want to dominate every single night."
Tyrese Maxey complimented Embiid with 19 points, and he said of his teammate: "He is getting better, which is scary.
"He made a layup today that I like to do where he made a Eurostep and laid it high off the glass. He's 7-foot-2 and he runs the floor at the same speed I do. It's scary."
Sixers coach Nick Nurse added: "You got to give our guys credit.
"They played hard and they made improvements defensively on the stuff we saw from the last game that we tried to work on the last couple days. Whoever hit the floor was out there trying to do the stuff we worked on and it paid off."
While Philadelphia have a quick turnaround as they face the Charlotte Hornets, the Pistons are licking their wounds after a franchise-record 22 straight losses.
Only four teams have lost more successive games in a single season.
"It's deflating," Detroit coach Monty Williams said. "It is what it is. It's a lot of repetitive games."