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  • n. Plural form of frontcourt.

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Examples

  • The team also saw sophomore C William Mosley (all-conference honorable mention) and junior F Will Pratt (all-conference third team) slowly come around to form one of the more steady frontcourts in the league.

    Southland Conference

  • If Cantinol lives up to the expectations, he could team with rising sophomore Anthony Banks to form one of the conference's top frontcourts.

    Atlantic Sun Conference

  • Physical teams with deep frontcourts cause them problems.

    Sacramento: Stanford hopes to rule out west

  • The small lineup with Dudley had a chance to be effective against the Heat, who feature one of the league's smallest frontcourts.

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  • His rail-thin physique, however, allowed opposing frontcourts to outmuscle Bradley down low.

    Reader ballots tab Bowie as biggest NBA draft bust ever

  • Assets: The Blazers have one of the deepest frontcourts in the league.

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  • SHORTCOMINGS: Turiaf could use 10 to 15 more pounds to do stout battle against the behemoths in NBA frontcourts.

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  • The pattern in Rebels losses that year was that they came against teams that had veteran backcourts, created lots of turnovers and boasted powerful frontcourts like LSU's Shaquille O'Neal, Kansas 'Mark Randall and Oklahoma's William

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  • The interchangeable trio gives the Pistons one of the strongest frontcourts in the league.

    USATODAY.com - Antonio McDyess is back in the game

  • Two of the best frontcourts in the nation will battle in the paint.

    USATODAY.com - Indiana's Davis earns place among first rank

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