The Albury-Wodonga Bandits' have two players regarded as being within the top six scorers when it comes to points per game in the NBL1 competition.
Point-guard Ken-Jah Bosley's dominant scoring performances this season has him ranked third in the league, averaging 22.4 points per game.
While fellow import Torren Jones comes in at sixth when it comes to points per game, with the power forward also showing versatility to be ranked second in the league for rebounds.
Bandits coach Brad Chalmers admits Jones has been one of the side's most consistent players this season.
"In that part of the game, it's been a good outcome for them individually," Chalmers said.
"It's great for the guys to be able to come out and produce offensively."
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While offence has played a key role in the Bandits' campaign this season, Chalmers admits there's still improvements to be made when it comes to the side's defensive pressure.
"We probably tick the box as a group offensively right across the board, but the game is played at both sides," Chalmers said.
"We knew we had to come in and be aggressive in offence and that's how we like to play.
"We put pressure on the scoreboard for teams to beat us, but it's about getting that balance right."
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