Australian NBA hopeful Mitch Creek is hoping what happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas.
Creek scored 13 points and seven rebounds in 18 minutes and said the competition was all about being in front of the right people at the right time.
"Every single game you've got the head coaches, like Steve Kerr, all these huge names sitting courtside, and you've got all the NBA players watching as well, and agents from all around the world," he told SEN radio on Wednesday.
"The more you play and the better you play the more attention you get.
"Do the right thing and you never know what can happen."
After starring for the Adelaide 36ers during the 2017-18 NBL season, Creek turned his attention to Vegas in the hope that his strong form would continue. He told the NBL's website that running around NBA-calibre players "makes me feel that all my hard work is paying off".
Creek said that any doubts that he could match it at the highest level were slowly beginning to disappear after his latest outing, but added he wasn't going to get ahead of himself on the back of a couple of good performances.
"You try not to think about it too much because don't want to try and lose focus, but at the end of the day, if that happens it would be phenomenal," he told the NBL.
Creek said he's focused on being an 'intangibles player' but still found it surreal to put himself out there.
"My role is pretty simple, it's to defend, rebound and run and attack as much as possible when I get the chance," he said.
"You're shooting around and you're warming up and trying to focus on the game and you've got NBA superstars sitting literally a metre from you," he said.