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Posted On: 02/5/21 12:21 PM

Putting up a great statistical output and impacting the game go hand and hand in most situations. However, what can elevate a player to the next level is their ability to impact the game at a high level while being extremely efficient doing so. Efficiency is a great stat that helps boil down all of the statistical inputs that go into a basketball game into one pin point stat. Let’s take a look at some of the most efficient players in the Kansas City Area so far this season.


Mark MitchellMarkMitchell6'6" | SFBishop Miege | 2022State#21NationKS, 6’7 Small Forward, 2022, Bishop Miege, Efficiency Rating 25.50: The highly touted prospect has been on a tear this season especially of late scoring 30 poitns in two straight games. The length, athletic ability, and strength lend well to being a very effective and efficient player. He has shown off both the ability to score facing up to the rim off the attack and with his back to the basketball in his last couple of games and the footwork has been tremendous. He is the real deal. Averages of 19.30 ppg, 7.50 rbpg, 1.6 aspg, 1.10 bpg, 1.40 spg



Cole Keller, 6’7 Forward, 2021,

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