A-Z Of Basketball Terms

can you name these basketball terms for every letter
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Last updated: December 18, 2018
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Letter
Hint
Answer
A
An unblocked shot that fails to hit the rim or backboard
Air ball
B
A shot that hits the rim and bounces off
Brick
C
An offensive foul when the ball carrier rushes into a non-moving defender
Charge
D
An assist
Dish
E
The court area where the free throw line meets the 3 second lane
Elbow
F
A shot made from anywhere on the court,does not include free throws
Field goal
G
Someone who shoots the ball too many times
Gunner
H
The end of the first half
Half time
I
To be in the back of the court ready to block a shot
I got back
J
An overhead shot taken whilst jumping
Jump shot
K
The free throw lane and the free throw circle together
Key
L
A close range shot using one hand to bank the ball off the backboard
Layup
Letter
Hint
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M
A Travelling violation
Moving violation
N
The largest men's proffesional basketball league in the USA
NBA
O
A pass thrown by a rebounder to start a fast break
Outlet pass
P
Throw the ball to a team-mate
Pass
Q
Double-digit figures in four positive statistical categories
Quadruple-Double
R
To have one's shot blocked
Rejected
S
A Shot taken without leaving the floor
Set shot
T
To move one's pivot foot illegally
Travel
U
A travelling violation when the ball carrier jumps vertically into the air and does not get rid of it before landing
Up and down
V
An infraction of the rules other than a foul
Violation
W
When the basketball gets stuck between the rim and the backboard
Wedgie
Z
A Defence in which each player is responsible for an area of the court
Zone defence
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Dec 18, 2018
I mean Carmelo Anthony shoots the ball too many times, right?