fallaway


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fallaway

(ˈfɔːləˌweɪ)
n
(Basketball) a shot in basketball made while moving away from the basket
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Alex Cabagnot hit the decisive basket with 57 seconds remaining -- a baseline fallaway over Paul Lee -- while PBA Press Corps-Honda Finals MVP June Mar Fajardo broke the league's longest standing record with 31 rebounds to extend the Beermen's reign in the PBA's most prestigious tournament.
Shirelijian Muxtar then hit a dagger of a fallaway jumper with 1:21 left.
"Shes got a little jump shot, step back, step in, 3, 2, layup, fallaway, Euro-step.
"We were also able to hold our own defensively against them (Painters)." Jeff Chan's running fallaway jumper from deep left corner was just a tad to the right at the buzzer, sealing the end of Rain or Shine's impressive three-game winning streak pounded out despite the absence of the superstar Lee.
Midway through the period, Kittredge hit a fallaway jumper from the left wing to give the Gaels a 23-point lead -- their largest of the night -- to the fans' raucous approval.
This leads smoothly to her chapter on the emergence of the new Irish state, "Disillusionment: 1910-1939," which examines the perceived failure of early feminist reform--the fallaway from the exciting moment of first wave feminism--and the beginnings of the constricting influences of the new state.
OSU junior Jared Cunningham, who added 14 points, hit a fallaway three from the right side of the key at the buzzer to give the Beavers a 34-21 lead and a dose of momentum at the break.
Two Garner hand errors, coupled with a gutsy fallaway killshot gave Lenning the first game.
IN: 3,622 yards, par 35 10th 415 yards, par 4 An elevated green has a sharp fallaway on all sides so many players elect to go short rather than risk over-hitting.
Pierce's fallaway jump shot completed his 34-point personal haul and Boston's recovery from a 16-point second-quarter deficit, while inflicting Atlanta's first loss this season.