As they celebrate the most dominant regular campaign in WBBL history, several London Lions players have topped many of the statistical categories in the season's final standings.
Lions became the first team to since the competition started in 2013/14 to win all of their games, going 24-0 in what was the longest regular season on record, and added the WBBL Cup and Trophy in the process, but there's also been plenty of fine individual statistics from their players.
Incredibly the Lions have three of the top four in field goal percentage with Steph Umeh's 63.5% from the floor seeing her comfortably top the final table. Great Britain Olympian Azania Stewart comes in second with 57.2% while current GB international Jo Leedham is fourth with 55.6%. Clearly very few possessions were wasted by Mark Clark's team as those three players and Azania Stewart were four of only seven players to convert more than half her shots, finishing with 51%.
Leedham's superb 67% inside the three-point arc saw her comfortably top the table but she also had the fourth best three-point percentage with 43.1%. Cassie Breen also appeared in the top ten for shooting both two and three-pointers, finishing just behind Leedham in fifth place from downtown with 42.7% of her triples dropping and was eighth with 54.5% of her two pointers being converted. Stewart went nine-from-nine inside the arc in Lions WBBL Cup final victory against Newcastle and in regular season games she finished fifth with 57.25 while fellow "big" Shequila Joseph was ninth in two-point percentage with 54.2.,
Breen also managed to lead the league in foul shooting, converting a perfect 26-from-26 at the free-throw line while Leedham was fifth with 88.9%.
Of course, it's not just about percentages, Breen led the WBBL with 76 three-point shots made and was joint seventh in scoring - along with Leedham - finishing with an average of 15.7 points per game, with Breen's numbers off the bench making her an obvious candidate for six "man" of the year honours.
Many of those Breen points came off Kennedy Leonard passes, and the WBBL's all-time assist leader dished out a league -high 8.3 per game, while Stewart's 1.3 blocks per game put her sixth in final table. Leedham topped the table with an average of 3.4 steals per game with Leonard coming up with 2.5 thefts and Holly Winterburn 2.3.
Lions' motto has been "we not me" this season and after such a dominant campaign it's no surprise to see them top the scoring charts with an average of 95.6 points per game - more than 11 clear of second top scorers Sheffield Hatters and 21 ahead of league runners-up Sevenoaks Suns - while there 77% field goal shooting is also the best in the league. They also led the way with an average of 43 rebounds, 27.2 assists and 14.3 steals per game,
Lions will look to continue their fine season on Saturday when they host Durham Palatinates at UEL in the first round of the play-offs, tip-off 3.30pm