- n. Plural form of scorer.
“Dwane Joshua (12.4 points) also was a senior, meaning the Aggies must replace their top three scorers from a team that did not finish as well as was expected in the MEAC.”
“However, much of that probably had more to do with the team losing it's top two scorers from the previous year.”
“WHAT WENT WRONG: After losing its top three scorers from the previous season, South Alabama lost its top two returnees during the course of the season.”
“James and Wade, who are known as scorers more than passers, each average more assists per game than Anthony, who leads the Knicks.”
“Carolina, already missing captain Rod Brind'Amour with a knee injury Thursday, scratched Ray Whitney (groin) and Erik Cole (flu), removing three of the club's top five scorers from the lineup.”
“Washington has also played most of the season without Gilbert Arenas, and the lack of reliable scorers is starting to show.”
“` ` It is tough for us when we don't have a couple of our main scorers in the game.”
“Despite graduating their top four scorers from a year ago, the Mountaineers went 27-9, including a 78-73 win over Clemson in the NIT title game on Thursday.”
“` ` Those two are our large scorers from the outside, '' Tyson Chandler said.”
“The Tar Heels lost their top seven scorers from the squad that beat Illinois for the title, an unusually high turnover that left the roster stripped of tournament experience.”
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