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  • n. Plural form of foul.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of foul.


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  • Chris Webber, who led the Kings with 26 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists, said the disparity in fouls is just the reality of the matter. - Shaq smacks Kings for 41, L.A. forces Game 7

  • Despite the disparity in fouls, Skiles wasn't about to pin this one on anybody but the Bucks themselves.

  • Wambach, victimized by a steady flow of fouls from the off-kilter Brazilians, got satisfaction in her typical way: with a header into the net.

    U.S. women score fast, early and blank Brazil

  • O'Neal - the NBA's leader in fouls per game - was slowed by foul trouble yet again.

  • The Heat had more to say about the disparity in fouls and free throw attempts.

  • Dan Gadzuric, who came in after Bogut picked up two quick fouls, is listed at 240. - Basketball - Milwaukee vs. New York

  • On the surface, the term stood for two contradictory allegations: referees were afraid to call fouls when they should, and referees were calling fouls too quickly and intimidating teams from playing aggressive defense.

    Getting Open

  • He repeatedly used his superior perimeter skills to draw fouls from the Pacers on forays to the basket, making all

  • He also spent some time grabbing refs after they called fouls on him.

    LOY's PLACE a celtics green blog

  • Since fouls are the consequence of freely chosen risks, and from the player’s perspective the main consequence of picking up fouls is being forced to sit, most players will make about the same number of risky plays per game, in order to get the occassional block/steal while still picking up the same number of fouls. dan k Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Race and the Whistle


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