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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outscore.


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  • But in outscoring Milwaukee 37-15 in the fourth quarter, Golden State showed it can still play Nelson's game effectively - particularly with surprising help from reserves like Belinelli and Kelenna Azubuike, who scored nine of his 13 points in the fourth.

  • Notes: Philadelphia, in outscoring Buffalo 20-9 in the four games this season, recorded its first season sweep of Buffalo since 2000-01. ...

  • I commented with the remark that the outscoring is the problem:The big question is: how do we measure our outscore.

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  • However, this exercise was about team bloggers making their choice, and for me the notion of outscoring is much more important than the notion of scoring; I think my choices reflect that.

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  • The Magic approach games with the idea of outscoring teams, rather than having a defensive mindset like the


  • They win by outscoring the hell out of the other team.

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  • They have won eight consecutive games, while outscoring their opponents 41-18.

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  • Rounding off, the Capitals are outscoring every Eastern Conference team except the Penguins by a full goal per game.

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  • It had hardly been a secret that Ole Miss wanted to win by outscoring the opposition, running up and down the floor.

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  • The wacky final minutes featured a blitzing Grizzlies team pressuring the Knicks repeatedly and outscoring them in the fourth quarter 26-14.

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