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2021 MAC Men’s Basketball Stat Corner: #MACtion-tine’s Day Edition

#MACsketball by the numbers: better than chocolate.

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Stats were compiled using the MAC’s website and BartOrvik.com.

Team Stats

Offensive Points Per Game

  1. Buffalo - 81.9
  2. Kent State - 80.5
  3. Toledo - 80.4
  4. Ohio - 80.1
  5. Bowling Green - 79.0
  6. Akron - 78.4
  7. Central Michigan - 77.4
  8. Miami - 71.7
  9. Eastern Michigan - 71.7
  10. Ball State - 70.8
  11. Western Michigan - 63.7
  12. Northern Illinois - 59.4

Defensive Points Per Game

  1. Akron - 68.5
  2. Western Michigan - 70.5
  3. Toledo - 71.4
  4. Miami - 71.7
  5. Kent State - 72.2
  6. Ball State - 72.9
  7. Ohio - 73.4
  8. Buffalo - 73.9
  9. Northern Illinois - 75.1
  10. Eastern Michigan - 75.8
  11. Bowling Green - 76.3
  12. Central Michigan - 77.7

Offensive Shooting Percentage

  1. Ohio - .487
  2. Akron - .460
  3. Buffalo - .460
  4. Kent State - .456
  5. Toledo - .452
  6. Central Michigan - .449
  7. Miami - .440
  8. Western Michigan - .436
  9. Bowling Green - .425
  10. Ball State - .424
  11. Eastern Michigan - .410
  12. Northern Illinois - .398

Defensive Shooting Percentage

  1. Buffalo - .413
  2. Kent State - .416
  3. Akron - .419
  4. Ball State - .425
  5. Toledo - .426
  6. Western Michigan - .432
  7. Central Michigan - .448
  8. Miami - .451
  9. Ohio - .449
  10. Bowling Green - .453
  11. Northern Illinois - .472
  12. Eastern Michigan - .480

Three-Point Shooting Percentage

  1. Toledo - .382
  2. Miami - .360
  3. Ohio - .347
  4. Buffalo - .342
  5. Akron - .339
  6. Kent State - .337
  7. Ball State - .334
  8. Central Michigan - .332
  9. Bowling Green - .327
  10. Western Michigan - .325
  11. Northern Illinois - .290
  12. Eastern Michigan - .282

Free Throw Percentage

  1. Toledo - .778
  2. Eastern Michigan - .759
  3. Kent State - .757
  4. Miami - .751
  5. Bowling Green - .747
  6. Akron - .746
  7. Ball State - .718
  8. Ohio - .692
  9. Western Michigan - .663
  10. Central Michigan - .655
  11. Buffalo - .653
  12. Northern Illinois - .624

Average Rebounding Margin

  1. Kent State - 7.5
  2. Akron - 5.3
  3. Buffalo - 5.2
  4. Northern Illinois - 1.6
  5. Toledo - 1.2
  6. Ohio - 0.8
  7. Western Michigan - -1.1
  8. Central Michigan - -1.2
  9. Miami - -1.7
  10. Bowling Green - -1.7
  11. Eastern Michigan - -2.3
  12. Ball State - -2.3

Average Turnover Margin

  1. Bowling Green - 3.67
  2. Eastern Michigan - 3.25
  3. Ohio - 3.00
  4. Miami - 1.60
  5. Toledo - 1.24
  6. Central Michigan - 0.83
  7. Buffalo - 0.43
  8. Akron - -0.13
  9. Kent State - -0.67
  10. Ball State - -0.88
  11. Northern Illinois - -3.83
  12. Western Michigan - -3.87

Adjusted Offensive Efficiency

  1. Toledo - 115.8
  2. Ohio - 111.5
  3. Kent State - 107.8
  4. Buffalo - 106.8
  5. Akron - 105.9
  6. Miami - 105.8
  7. Bowling Green - 105.1
  8. Central Michigan - 99.8
  9. Ball State - 99.3
  10. Eastern Michigan - 98.6
  11. Western Michigan - 98.3
  12. Northern Illinois - 93.7

Adjusted Defensive Efficiency

  1. Akron - 97.8
  2. Buffalo - 98.4
  3. Kent State - 99.7
  4. Ball State - 99.9
  5. Toledo - 101.7
  6. Western Michigan - 102.3
  7. Ohio - 103.2
  8. Bowling Green - 104.4
  9. Miami - 104.8
  10. Eastern Michigan - 105.4
  11. Northern Illinois - 105.9
  12. Central Michigan - 107.4

Individual Stats

Points Per Game

  1. Loren Cristian Jackson, Akron - 21.3
  2. Danny Pippen, Kent State - 21.3
  3. Justin Turner, Bowling Green - 20.2
  4. Jeenathan Williams, Buffalo - 18.5
  5. Travon Broadway Jr., Central Michigan - 17.9

Rebounds Per Game

  1. Enrique Freeman, Akron - 9.7
  2. Josh Mballa, Buffalo - 9.6
  3. Danny Pippen, Kent State - 9.0
  4. Daeqwon Plowden, Bowling Green - 7.8
  5. Jeenathan Williams, Buffalo - 7.7

Field Goal Percentage

  1. Enrique Freeman, Akron - .754
  2. Dwight Wilson, Ohio - .693
  3. Titus Wright, Western Michigan - .549
  4. Ty Groce, Eastern Michigan - .546
  5. K.J. Walton, Ball State - .530

Far Two-Point Field Goal Percentage

  1. JT Shumate, Toledo - .750
  2. Mark Sears, Ohio - .667
  3. Dalonte Brown, Miami - .588
  4. Bryce McBride, Eastern Michigan - .571
  5. Bryan Trimble Jr., Akron - .563

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

  1. Ronaldo Segu, Buffalo - .500
  2. Giovanni Santiago, Kent State - .492
  3. Spencer Littleson, Toledo - .480
  4. Dae Dae Grant, Miami - .469
  5. Miryne Thomas, Ball State - .435

Free Throw Percentage

  1. Marreon Jackson, Toledo - .931
  2. Justin Turner, Bowling Green - .911
  3. Loren Cristian Jackson, Akron - .878
  4. Ishmael El-Amin, Ball State - .868
  5. Mark Sears, Ohio - .842

Assists Per Game

  1. Jason Preston, Ohio - 7.4
  2. Loren Cristian Jackson, Akron - 6.6
  3. Marreon Jackson, Toledo - 5.7
  4. Justin Turner, Bowling Green - 4.9
  5. Malique Jacobs & Giovanni Santiago, Kent State - 4.0

Blocks

  1. Enrique Freeman, Akron - 23
  2. Danny Pippen, Kent State - 20
  3. Malik Muhammad, Central Michigan - 18
  4. Ty Groce, Eastern Michigan - 13
  5. Jayvon Graves, Buffalo - 12

Steals per Game

  1. Devontae Lane, Central Michigan - 2.1
  2. Yeikson Montero, Eastern Michigan - 2.1
  3. Marreon Jackson, Toledo - 1.9
  4. Ishmael El-Amin, Ball State - 1.8
  5. Malique Jacobs, Kent State - 1.8

Percent of Minutes Played

  1. Justin Turner, Bowling Green - 87.7
  2. Loren Cristian Jackson, Akron - 87.2
  3. Jayvon Graves, Buffalo - 86.7
  4. Bryce McBride, Eastern Michigan - 85.6
  5. Spencer Littleson, Toledo - 84.6

Points Over Replacement Per Adjusted Game

  1. Loren Cristian Jackson, Akron - 5.1
  2. JT Shumate, Toledo - 4.8
  3. Justin Turner, Bowling Green - 4.7
  4. Mike Nuga, Kent State - 4.7
  5. Spencer Littleson, Toledo - 4.6