The question almost contradicts itself. Teams, on average, have around 20 assists a game. If a team has 38 assists, that is considered fairly high, and will most likely score a lot. A similar question would be if you asked "How can you have a lot of apples if you only have 14 apple trees?" Obviously, 14 apple trees is a lot and you will produce a lot of apples.
Either way, that is very possible. For instance, Kobe Bryant once scored 81 points against the Toronto Raptors. Being a two guard, he can handle the ball very well. He doesn't need anyone to pass it to him, and can go coast to coast and score by himself. That's already 81 points. If the other players on the team score 40 points by themselves (i.e. a fastbreak in which they make layups or shoot pull-up three pointers) then that is already 120 points, with no assists needed.
Obviously, both of those cases are rare (scoring 60+ points and having 40+ fast break points). Games usually have around 20 fast break points and players score around 25-30 points a game if they are very talented.
The point is, 38 assists is a lot. You will most likely score a high amount with that amount as a team. However, you can score a high amount with very little assists as well, but it isn't as likely.
generally a game is to 21 or to 25. Rally scoring means that each play a point will be awarded to the team that scores the point. This is the opposite of scorinng only on serves. Rally scoring is the more common scoring in volleyball.
Bol averaged 2.6 points, 4.2 rebounds, 0.3 assists and 3.3 blocks per game while only playing an average of 18.7 minutes per game.
The lowest scoring game in NCAA history was between North Carolina and Pittsburgh in 1941. Their combined score was only 46.
The lowest scoring game in the nba was in 1950 where the fort Wayne pistons beat the Minneapolis lakers 19-18 with only 4 baskets each, and after that game they came up with the shot clock, and the lowest scoring game with a shot clock was 62-57 where Boston beat Milwaukee.
He only scored 1 point in his 5th game
Challenge her to a game such as basketball, or baseball because that is the only kind of scoring you are likely to do. Sorry...she is what she is.
theres no points only wins
The refs could not agree on a safety so they only gave them 1point
You can get a Spin ID from the Wheel of Fortune Site and you can only hope it will be a winning number
under every locked car it is written that what you have to do like winning 5 circuit races, scoring 8000 points [professional only] etc.
It depends on what level you are playing at. I play on my high school team and we use rally score. We go up to 25 points and you have to be at least two points ahead to win the game. For example if the score was 25-24 the game would not be over the winning team would have to get one more point to win the game. Rally scoring is when you win the volley [the ball hits the floor on the other teams side or out on your side etc.] you get a point whether or not your team served the ball. In 8th grade we used the original scoring way. We only went to 15 points then but you still had to win by two points. The original scoring is when you have to serve the ball and win the volley in order to get a point.
Badminton matches scoring goes up to 21 regardless of whether the game is singles, mixed doubles, mens or womens doubles. However the game can only be won only when the player is two points lead of the other player and a permissable score up till a maximum of 30. 21 points limit can only be disregarded only when trying to attain a 2 points lead. Examples:21-19 is a winning score21-20 not a winning score; but 22-20 is; However30-29 is a winning score22-15 is a non-permissable score; 21-15 is enough to win the match
Traditional scoring is also known as sideout scoring. It is when you can only get points on rallies that you or your team served the ball.
The scoring system of tennis is unique and is only used in this sport. The scoring used is love (0), 15, 30, 40 & game. There are also areas of deuce (when the score is 40-40) and then add-in & add-out.
In the 1940 NFL Championship Game, the Chicago Bears faced the Washington Redskins. The Bears demolished the other team, with a final score of 73-0 This is not only their highest scoring game, but it is an NFL record for the most points scored in one game and for the largest point difference.
The official scorer still decides who is the winning pitcher in instances that are not covered by the baseball scoring rules (Rule 10.19). This occurs only for relief pitchers.
the scoring for kickball is the same as base ball the only difference is you kick it instead of hitting it
1 over 10,000
so far their has only been one game played, Mexico- south Africa and they tied so no ones really winning yet.
If the walk off home run scores another runner that was already on base and that was the run to win it then there is no need for him to cross the plate and he is not called out. For example, in a tie game with the bases loaded if the batter hits a home run the only run that needs to cross the plate is the runner on third. Once that runner crosses the game is over and any more scoring becomes redundant so the game ends on the score sheet. If it is a solo shot or if the hitters run is detrimental to his or her team winning the game than the batter must cross the plate for the run to count.
Rally scoring is when there is a point scored on every play, regardless of who served, as opposed to side out scoring where the team that serves is the only team that can get a point.
they are people who only watch the game while their favorite team is winning
A Strange game, the only winning move is NOT to play
Because you thought about the game. also, dont even think about winning the game.. It is only possible to win 'the game' if everyone in the world knows about it. So dont bother tryin to win the game.
there is no real winning to this, the only thing you can simply do is keep winning to you beat your high score! Although. I have reson to believe that a certain Chuck Norris has not only won the game but beat up the 'demond monkeys' :)