Note that this is only focusing on Minecraft Java Edition, and for versions 1.13+. I am predominantly looking for a solution that does not require any external programs (like MCEdit or NBTExplorer) and will work in just plain vanilla Minecraft, although if the only solution doesn't fit these criteria, I'll still take it (since having a solution is better than no solution!)
Essentially, I am looking for a way to put a phrase (meaning essentially there are two or more words and spaces are involved) on a Minecraft scoreboard.
This is what I mean by 'phrase': One two three, 1 2 3
These are not 'phrases': OneTwoThree, One-Two-Three, One_Two_Three, 1-2-3, etc.
However, it seems like the only way to add text to an objective on the scoreboard is to add a "fake player", via /scoreboard players add [playername] [objectivename] [score], which shows the [playername] and the [score] part of the command on the scoreboard. However, since player names can't have spaces at all, it means that you can't have a phrase shown on the scoreboard.
I have seen on many servers scoreboards that do have phrases listed on the scoreboard, but I have no idea how they do this (probably because of plugins that can do this sort of thing).
I did notice that teams can be given display names that can have spaces, so is there a way to display the team name on the scoreboard (thus being able to put phrases on there?)?
Overall, my main question would be "Is there a way to use spaces on the scoreboard (excluding the objective name) in vanilla Minecraft?