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  • n. Plural form of scorer.


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  • 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.

    North Carolina A&T - Team Notes

  • However, much of that probably had more to do with the team losing it's top two scorers from the previous year.

    Southern Conference

  • 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.

    Sun Belt Conference

  • James and Wade, who are known as scorers more than passers, each average more assists per game than Anthony, who leads the Knicks.

    A 'Big Three' That Actually Works

  • 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.

    West Virginia's Beilein making move to Michigan

  • ` ` Those two are our large scorers from the outside, '' Tyson Chandler said. - Basketball - New Orleans vs. Dallas

  • 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. - Scores


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