set shot

NOUN
  1. a two-handed basketball shot from a stationary position
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How To Use set shot In A Sentence

  • Until then, only the two-handed set shot and hook shots were being used on the perimeter.
  • The dude, a little guy who had done nothing the entire game, took a two-handed set shot from three and banked it in, hard.
  • I grew up in the days of the two-handed set shot and was taught to square your shoulders to the basket in launching that shot.
  • Goodes stopped the rot with a set shot following a massive 'speccy', but there was no stopping the Demons as Austin Wonaeamirri, who was a late inclusion for Moloney, nonchalantly thread the eye of the needle from almost on the goal line before Paul Johnson marked and goaled. Sportal.com.au - Latest News Headlines
  • Red Klotz of the Washington Generals and that set shot was the B-ball equivalent of kreplach. Matthew Yglesias » Critique of Pure Yglesias
  • I am pleased with your set shot.
  • Like two-handed set shots and too-short shorts, quality depth and size have all but vanished from college basketball.
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