Field Goals

Some articles on field goals, field goal:

List Of Career Achievements By Kobe Bryant - NBA Awards and Accomplishments
35.4, 8th in NBA history), 2006–07 (31.6) field goals attempted 2005–06 (2,173), 2006–07 (1,757), 2007–08 (1,690), 2010–11 (1,639), 2011-12 (1336) field goals made 2002–03 (868), 2005–06. 671) points per game 2003 (32.1), 2007 (32.8), 2008 (30.1) minutes played 2002 (833), 2004 (973) field goals made 2004 (190), 2008 (222), 2009 (242), 2010 (234) field goals ...
List Of Career Achievements By Michael Jordan - Career Highs - Regular Season
... New York Knicks 01986-11-21November 21, 1986 Field goal percentage 24-29 (.828) — at Philadelphia 76ers 01988-11-16November 16, 1988 Field goals made (OT) 27 — vs ... Orlando Magic 01993-01-16January 16, 1993 Field goals made 24 — at Philadelphia 76ers 01988-11-16November 16, 1988 Field goals made, half 15 first vs ... Orlando Magic 01993-01-16January 16, 1993 Field goals made, quarter 11 first vs ...
List Of Seattle Seahawks Records - Career Records - Special Teams - Kicking
... Most Field Goals Attempted Norm Johnson (228) Most Field Goals Norm Johnson (159) Highest Field Goal % Todd Peterson (81.81) Most Field Goal Attempts, 50 or More Yards Norm Johnson (26) Most Field Goals, 50 ...
List Of Career Achievements By Kobe Bryant - NBA Career Statistics - Career-highs
... Raptors on January 22, 2006 Offensive rebounds 8 at Dallas Mavericks on April 18, 2000 Field goals made 28 versus Toronto Raptors on January 22, 2006 ...
Tommy Brooker
... He also made all 33 of his extra point attempts and kicked 12 of 22 field goals for a total of 87 points ... two runs by Jack Spikes to move the ball to the Oilers' 25-yard line, and Brooker kicked a field goal to give the Texans the win, 20 - 17 ... The field goal saved Texans star running back Abner Haynes from what could have been a costly error at the start of the overtime, Haynes won the coin toss and stated that his team ...

Famous quotes containing the words goals and/or field:

    Whoever sincerely believes that elevated and distant goals are as little use to man as a cow, that “all of our problems” come from such goals, is left to eat, drink, sleep, or, when he gets sick of that, to run up to a chest and smash his forehead on its corner.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    The totality of our so-called knowledge or beliefs, from the most casual matters of geography and history to the profoundest laws of atomic physics or even of pure mathematics and logic, is a man-made fabric which impinges on experience only along the edges. Or, to change the figure, total science is like a field of force whose boundary conditions are experience.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)