144 abbreviations
Abbreviation Meaning
Two-point field goal. Used in Euroleague Basketball box scores, but not generally in North America.
Three-point field goal. Euroleague uses "3FG", while the NBA uses "3P"; North American media outlets, such as ESPN, generally (but not always) follow NBA practice.
Three-point field goal. Euroleague uses "3FG", while the NBA uses "3P"; North American media outlets, such as ESPN, generally (but not always) follow NBA practice.
Assist
at-bats
Asociación de Clubes de Baloncesto (Spanish, "Association of Basketball Clubs")
Assist
Assist
All-terrain cycle
Association of Tennis Professionals
Attack
batting average
Blocks against—i.e., the number of a player's shots that were blocked. This is used by the NBA.
base on balls
Best Bowling in a Match
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Blocked shots. Euroleague uses "BL", ESPN uses "BLK", and the NBA uses "BS".
Blocked shots. Euroleague uses "BL", ESPN uses "BLK", and the NBA uses "BS".
blown save
Blocked shots. Euroleague uses "BL", ESPN uses "BLK", and the NBA uses "BS".
Center
Central Attacking Midfielder
Caught and bowled
Central Back
Clydesdale Bank 40
Central Defensive Midfielder
Centre Forward
Central Midfielder
caught stealing
Central Striker
Draw
Defensive. Used by the NBA as a subheading for rebounding statistics in its official box scores.
Defence
double play
Defensive rebounds. Used by ESPN. The NBA and Euroleague spell out the word "Rebounds" in their box scores and use subheadings for the different types. The NBA uses three-letter abbreviations, while Euroleague uses only the first letter
error
Bowling Economoy
earned run
earned run average
Forward
Field goal (includes successful shots for two and three points)
Field Goal
Federation Internationale de Football Association
Full-on conditions (severe weather conditions)
Fight of the Night
Fall Of Wicket
Free throw
Featherweight
Guard
Goal