A quartet of Sioux Falls Skyforce players solidified their status on the team’s all-time lists making unique imprints as they spend multiple seasons with the franchise.

No one can deny that 2016-17 was one of the best seasons by a big man in team history for Keith Benson. The Skyforce center scored over 1,000 points, grabbed 526 rebounds and swatted 111 shots over 50 games. Plus Benson had a staggering 32 double doubles was tops in the NBADL.

In three seasons of work with the ‘Force his totals put him among some good company. Benson is now the 8th player to eclipse 2,000 points, the second to have over 1,000 career rebounds and is the all-time leader in blocked shots.

Keith Benson Milestones:

Category Total Career Rank
Blocked Shots: 219 (1)
Rebounds: 1048 (2)
Field Goal %: .575 (5)
Field Goals Made: 816 (6)
Field Goals Attempted: 1,419 (7)
Points: 2,003 (8)


After returning from an overseas excursion for the second straight year, Larry Drew II has played parts of four seasons with the ‘Force. Once dubbed a “walking assist” by former teammate Scotty Hopson, the point guard kept dealing to move higher on the chart. You may also take note of Drew II’s ability to connect from long range.

Larry Drew II’s Milestones

Category Total Career Rank
Assists: 752 (4)
3 Point FG%: .416 (5)
Bubu Palo was injured for a good portion of the most recent season, but always made his way into the paint and drawing fouls from the opposition. The former Cyclone made and attempted more free throws per game than any other player which is reflected in the career list after three seasons with the team.

Bubu Palo Milestones

Category Total Career Rank
Free Throws Made: 458 (8)
Free Throws Attempted: 591 (8)

Crowd favorite Henry Walker was an assassin from long range. Entering his third season, Hank was already in the top ten in these lists. The NBA veteran made sure he will stay there for a while.

Henry Walker Milestones

Category Total Career Rank
3 Point FG Made: 231 (4)
3 Point FG Attempted: 600 (6)
3 Point FG % .385 (8)

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