Depends on what you are scoring, a general scoring tool could be a razor knife. I use a razor for scoring drywall. EX- for title there is a title scoring tool and so on.
Yes he did he was one of the first defenseman in history to win a NHL scoring title.
No player ever won an National Collegiate Athletic Association scoring title, American Basketball Association scoring title, and National Basketball Association scoring title. ABA (1967-1976) scoring title winners were Connie Hawkins, Larry Jones, Spencer Haywood, Dan Issel, Charlie Scott, Julius Erving (three times), and George McGinnis. None of those players ever won a scoring title in the NBA.
Jaromir Jagr in 2001
Kobe Bryant has two scoring titles. 2005-06 season he averaged 35.4 PPG 2006-07 season he averaged 31.6 PPG If you were to consider scoring title as the player who has the most TOTAL points in the NBA at the end of the season then Bryant has led this statistic four times. 2002-03 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 However, the NBA stopped using this measure long ago and PPG are the statistic to go by now when determining scoring titles.
The Boston Celtics
Kevin Durant - 30.1
kobe bryant way batter than lebron james becase kb24 got title champ
No his senior year Adam Morrison edged him out.
Kobe Bryant and Shaq Shared the title
I believe it was Crosby or Gretzky correct me if i am wrong.
Atleast 60 games.
knights usually have the title of "sir" before their name.
michael Jordan did Michael Jordan did it 5 times
Bobby and Pat Knight
The title must be signed over to you before you can get a new title in your name.
Oscar Roberton of the Milwaukee Bucks in the 70's
If the previous owner signed the title over to you and your name is listed as the buyer then yes you must title it first before anyone else can title it.