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Assist : a pass or handoff resulting in a basket by a teammate. Backboard : the surface of wood, metal, or glass to which the basket is affixed, used to carom shots into the basket. Basket : the iron hoop through which goals are scored.

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basketball definitions
Assist: a pass or handoff resulting in a basket by a teammate.

Backboard: the surface of wood, metal, or glass to which the basket is affixed, used to carom shots into the basket.

Basket: the iron hoop through which goals are scored.

Dribble: to bounce and control the ball continuously with one hand while walking or running.

Field goal: a basket scored from the floor.

BASKETBALL DEFINITIONS
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Frontcourt: the half of the court in which a basket is under attack.

Hoop: the rim of the basket.

Lay-up: a shot from alongside the basket, using the backboard as guide

Palming: an illegal means of carrying the ball along with dribbling.

Rebound: a shot the caroms off the basket or backboard and remains in play to be recovered by either team.

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