jump shot

NOUN
  1. (basketball) a player releases the basketball at the high point of a jump
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How To Use jump shot In A Sentence

  • Williams is a fine ballhandler with the smoothest of pull-up jump shots. USATODAY.com - Sports
  • Jason Gilchrist gave the Terps a 65-63 lead on a reverse layup with 1: 23 to play before Marcus Melvin evened the contest with a jump shot from near the right elbow with 14 seconds left. NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball - Maryland vs. North Carolina St
  • He never tried jump shots, just lay-ups and dunks.
  • After he missed a jump shot with less than a minute left, Williams grabbed the rebound and found Carter downcourt for a dunk that gave Toronto a 73-67 lead.
  • he hit a jump shot from the top of the key
  • You'll have a number of tools at your disposal to rack up the points on the court, along with the usual jump shots, dunks and lay-ups.
  • In Boston, Paul Pierce returned from taking a hit in the mouth in the final minute to make a 5m fallaway jump shot as time expired and give Boston a win over Portland.
  • Maligned forward Jamal Mashburn has improved his defense and stayed healthy, and 34-year-old warhorse Dan Majerle is still capable of hitting clutch jump shots.
  • This year my team did really bad because they couldn't hit their jump shots, 3 pointers, lay-ups, or free throws.
  • Most pool parlors wisely ban jump shots that require the butt to be elevated above the shoulder.
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