- v. present participle of average.
“Valuable Player of the 2010 Southeastern Conference Tournament leading her Lady Vol team to the title averaging 14.7 ppg and 5.7 rpg and connecting on 70.4 percent of her field goal attempts in the three game set.”
“Typically, payday loan consumers are paying $10 to $35 per $100 borrowed for a term averaging 8 days.”
“The NBA's leading scorer came in averaging 35.8 points since the All-Star break, also tops in the league.”
“Paul, who came in averaging 22 points, went 2-of-10 from the field and made all eight free throws to score 12.”
“Memphis 'O.J. Mayo came in averaging 20.8 points, while Chicago's Derrick Rose, the No. 1 pick, was scoring 18.3 per game.”
“The Cougars came in averaging only five points in conference games, and had not scored more than 17 points against a major college team.”
“Wade came in averaging 34.7 points over his last six games but missed nine straight shots at one point.”
“Bryant, playing with a dislocated ring finger on his shooting hand, came in averaging 23.8 points, 11.3 assists and 9.0 rebounds in his previous four games, with two triple-doubles.”
“The Trojans came in averaging 40.25 points and the Bears were averaging 36.4, with a single-game low of 24.”
“Kansas came in averaging 44.3 points a game, second in the nation.”
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