tip-in


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tip-in

(tĭp′ĭn′)
n.
1. Basketball A field goal scored by tapping the ball into the basket with the fingertips.
2. Sports A goal in hockey scored at close range by a short stroke of a stick, especially by a deflection of a shot by another player.

tip-in

A field goal scored by tipping a rebound into the basket.
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Well, not one of them contains the scented tip-in advertisement featuring men's parfums.
He had a couple of big rebound baskets down the stretch, including a tip-in with 4:26 remaining that put the Huskies ahead 66-65.
The Tar Heels took their first lead of the second half 60-59 on a tip-in by Danny Green following a missed layup.
Howard had a good performance going until he got beat on tip-ins a minute apart in the third period.
1 early, just noticing his offensive tip-ins and activity around the basket.
Meralco, though, stopped it with David hitting some timely jumpers and Davis dominating the inside with two tip-ins coming off his own misses.
His offensive display ran the gamut from tip-ins to dunks to jumpers.
Joseph Cornell's Manual of Marvels may not be suitable for active library lending as such-it pairs a hardcover facsimile journal complete with cutouts and tip-ins with paperback book of essays on Joseph Cornell and an interactive CD-but is still a top pick for any arts collection or enthusiast.
Throughout his time at Purdue he was a factor on the offensive boards, getting points from tip-ins and put backs.
And in the last minute, he missed a pair of tip-ins he would no doubt like to have back.
On a night when Lance Randall's squad squandered numerous tip-ins, Bailey's marksmanship carried them.
New EA SPORTS Freestyle Air gameplay takes the action above the rim with new dunks and added in-air control on put-backs, tip-ins, and shot blocks.