Mandurah Magic veteran Casey 'Milo' Mihovilovich will break the record for the most SBL/NBL1 West games played this weekend when her team goes up against the East Perth Eagles.
Casey will play her 513th game on Saturday at the Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre, breaking the previous record of 512.
The 40-year-old said she is looking forward to her milestone clash.
"I've never really played for the numbers, I just really like to go out and compete at a level that matches my skill," Mihovilovich told NBL1.
"I will treat it as a special event and I'll be really grateful for everyone that's excited for me."
Mihovilovich said she hopes to continue her basketball career with the Magic.
"Mandurah is the best place in the world to live, work and play, I wouldn't play anywhere else," she said.
"I'll keep playing for as long as I'm competing and significantly contributing to the team."
Magic coach Vlad Alava said 'Milo' is an asset to the game.
"513 games is an incredible amount of basketball to play and she's doing that while still being one of the best players in the comp," Alava said.
"What a fantastic achievement for her and we're all very privileged to be a part of it."
The women's game kicks off at 5pm on Saturday, April 30 at the Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre.
Tickets can be purchased here.