chest pass

Related to chest pass: bounce pass

chest pass

n. Sports
A pass, as in basketball, in which the ball is propelled away from the chest with a quick extension of the hands and arms.
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Romeo was slapped with a first technical when he threw a chest pass at Balao after he was fouled by Magnolia's Mark Barroca with SMB ahead 96-81.
Romeo showed his anger over what he felt were bad calls against him by giving the referee a hard chest pass, resulting in a technical foul.
At one point the visitors lumped a long ball forward towards Barnes but instead found Zouma, who was confident enough to play a calm and brilliant chest pass over to his centre-back partner Michael Keane.
Leroy Sane made it 2-0 a minute before the interval with a sweet left-foot drive after a clever chest pass from Gabriel Jesus.
In an era where assists for the assists are also credited, Van Persie's chest pass for Ashley Young at the Etihad was more appropriate for after the watershed.
The players were asked to move the ball towards their chest and then to throw the medicine ball in a horizontal direction as far as possible using a 2-handed chest pass. During the throw, they were not allowed to step forward.
Rooney's magical run, Fellaini's chest pass and Mata's shot through Ward's legs made it all square.
There is pace too, and even a bit of vision when his chest pass should have released the static Peter Whittingham.
The home team could not have had a better start, right-back Alex Baptiste charging forward to take a chest pass from Lee Chung-Yong before curling home sweetly in the fifth minute.
The throw was performed by lowering the medicine ball to the chest while sitting back with the hips towards the heels, and then using a chest pass to extend the arms at an angle 30-40 degrees above the ground to throw the ball for maximal distance.
Quaboag jumped ahead, 16-7, forcing a Littleton timeout with 1:59 left in the first quarter after Jankins threaded a chest pass from half court to David Morin (8 points), who finished the break.
Ryan Taylor's suicidal chest pass back to Steve Harper handed Man U the chance to win it on a plate and Fergie's boys were in no mood to turn it down, with Dimitar Berbatov on hand to slide home the winner.