When the Warriors and Thunder take the floor at Oracle Arena on Wednesday, it will be the eighth time that Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have squared off since Durant signed with Golden State in the summer of 2016 after eight seasons alongside Westbrook in Oklahoma City.
The previous seven meetings - all of which have come in the regular season - have been all about Durant and Westbrook.
There have been nail-biters and blowouts, cupcakes and comebacks, triple-doubles and 40-point games.
In their third season apart, this one feels different.
With the Warriors suddenly struggling and Westbrook working his way back into the fold, there's far more to watch than one of the league's most scintillating personal rivalries.