Jrue Holiday had himself a stellar outing for the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night, but he would heap praise on one of his teammates after the game. When speaking about Donte DiVincenzo, Holiday likened DiVincenzo's play on the court to a certain masked crusader, via The Athletic's Eric Nehm.

Holiday compared DiVincenzo to Spiderman due to his ability to be where he needs to be exactly when he needs to, especially when it comes to rebounding the basketball. A sort of spidey sense, if you will. During Milwaukee's win over the Sacramento Kings on Saturday sans Giannis Antetokounmpo, DiVincenzo grabbed a team-high 14 rebounds.

DiVincenzo's 14 rebounds against the Kings were the most he's recorded in a single game this season. The third-year guard out of Villanova has improved his ability to gather rebounds, notching a career-high 5.6 rebounds per game, including six games where he's gotten double-digit boards.

While DiVincenzo dominated the glass versus the Kings, it was Holiday who led the Bucks to a victory with his scoring. The veteran guard would muster up a game-high 33 points, seven rebounds, and 11 assists amid an off-night for Khris Middleton, who made only four of his 16 shot attempts.

For the Bucks to make some noise in the postseason, they're going to need contributions from everyone not named Antetokounmpo. The strides that DiVincenzo has made thus far this season has caught the attention of his teammates, with Antetokounmpo calling him “White Chocolate” earlier in the season. This time around, Holiday believes DiVincenzo closely resembles Spiderman.