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Mike Depersia stuffed the stat sheet with 15 points, seven rebounds, and five assists for the Bulldogs. *** Ezra Jones scored 15 points as Northern Burlington defeated Willingboro, 55-48.
All the UConn women’s basketball teams stuff the stat sheet nearly every game.
Anderson is a creative scorer who really can fill up the stat sheet.
This week, the Transportation Security Administration shared its stats from the past year, detailing the amount of firearms intercepted at airports across the country.
That’s an impressive stat, although the availability of such chargers remains somewhat limited in the United States outside of Tesla’s proprietary Supercharger network.
Lou Williams may have had enough impressive stats to be on the All-Star team, but he was not selected by the NBA coaches who voted for the reserves.
Her shocking stat: Companies are increasing spending on AI by 60%, but only 3% of CEOs are contemplating re-skilling.
More to come, including complete viewership stats for both games.
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