The Los Angeles Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks meet in a blockbuster clash between the NBA's two conference leaders on Thursday.
Holding the best records in the NBA at 24-4, the Western Conference-leading Lakers visit the Eastern Conference leaders at Fiserv Forum.
The Bucks and Lakers will meet just twice during the regular season and both encounters are shaping as must-watch matches.
With the help of Stats Perform data, we take a closer look at the two teams' starts to the season.
Matchup among the best
With a 48-8 combined win-loss record, this clash marks the seventh highest combined win percentage (.857) entering a game since 1970-71, with a minimum of 25 games played by both teams.
Milwaukee set up their record on the back of an 18-game winning streak that was only broken by the Dallas Mavericks on Monday.
The Lakers, meanwhile, are also going into the game on the back of a defeat after losing to the Indiana Pacers.
They have embarked on two seven-game runs and a 10-match winning streak this season.
The Lakers and Bucks' 24-4 records are the equal 13th best through the first 28 games of an NBA season.
Bucks impressively cruising
Led by reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo, who is averaging 31.7 points, 12.8 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game this season, Milwaukee have dominated.
Their points/G differential of 12.9 is the highest in the NBA since 1970-71, currently standing greater than the 1971-72 Lakers (12.3) and 70-71 Bucks (12.3).
Both those Lakers and Bucks went on to win the NBA championship.
Milwaukee have claimed huge victories over the likes of the New York Knicks (132-88), Charlotte Hornets (137-96), Orlando Magic (123-91), Minnesota Timberwolves (134-106), Los Angeles Clippers (119-91) and Detroit Pistons (127-103) this season.
Lakers duo starring
As was expected, LeBron James and Anthony Davis have led the Lakers.
James is averaging 25.9 points, 10.6 assists and 7.4 rebounds per game this season, while Davis (27.4 points, 9.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists) is also delivering impressive numbers.
The pair are tracking to be among the best team-mate duos – to have played in 70 per cent of their team's games – since 1976-77, when it comes to most points plus assists plus rebounds.
James (43.9) and Davis (40.0) are fifth on the list at 83.9, with Houston Rockets pair James Harden (52.3) and Russell Westbrook (38.1) topping it at 90.4 after their performances this season.