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  • adj. not scoring; not counting toward a score
  • adj. scoring no points


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  • If he didn’t feel compelled to appropriate Frederick Engels’s game theory on any given 3-on-2 break, he could still get Stoudemire 36 points while getting 30 for himself; his play-off performances against the Spurs proved that his nonscoring is a choice.

    Chuck Klosterman on Sports

  • Jackson, the sophomore who led the Bears last season with seven TD catches, already has four in the first two games this year, along with a handful of spectacular nonscoring grabs. - College Football - Minnesota vs. California

  • The Big O was lucky he played for a Utah Jazz team that had Karl Malone and John Stockton and could afford to have a nonscoring shot-blocker in the middle. stories: News

  • Louden did not qualify for this event but is playing the first two rounds as a nonscoring marker.

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