Horsham's Mitch Creek continues to play some impressive basketball in the G-League with the Long Island Nets.
Creek put up 22 points on 9-12 shooting, and added nine rebounds and five assists in Long Island's 16 point win against the Erie Bayhawks on Thursday.
Creek has been on a tear in the month of March, upping his average to 17.8 points per game with an incredibly impressive field goal percentage of 63 per cent in Long Island's six matches. Creek is also averaging 5.8 rebounds and 2.3 assists in March.
During this stretch the Nets also cemented their spot in the G-League playoffs. They currently sit atop the Eastern Conference with a record of 31-15.
Creek told Long Island media he was happy to have secured a playoff birth, but he and the team were determined to strive beyond simply qualifying.
"Playoffs, making it is nice but there is no use getting there and not winning games," Creek said in a video on twitter.
"If we continue to play the way we have been playing it gives us a chance to solidify home court [advantage].
'For us in the next two weeks we have to try and win those couple of extra games… try to get home court and take care of business from there."
The Nets have four more games in the regular season before the playoffs begin on March 26.