According to society, Derrick Favors hasn't yet reached the so-called legal age.

But forget all the things the 20-year-old is not able to do because of his age — renting cars, buying or drinking adult beverages, entering night clubs, running for Congress or president and, well, almost everything in Sin City.

On Saturday night, Favors showed he's reached the age of domination.

Favors, as teammate C.J. Miles tweeted after the game, was "the man" on this night.

No I.D. check necessary.

In Al Jefferson's absence, Favors had the game of his young NBA career, scoring 23 points and grabbing 17 rebounds to lead the Utah Jazz to a 99-92 overtime victory over the Golden State Warriors at EnergySolutions Arena.

"You see why he was the third pick in the draft right now," Jazz guard Alec Burks said. "He's a monster, and he showed that tonight. … Al's out and he showed what he could do."

And he did that on multiple occasions — on both ends of the floor.

The Jazz needed to tie the game to force overtime?