hoopster

hoopster

(ˈhuːpstə)
n
(Basketball) basketball informal a basketball player
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Bernard's hoopster who played for her predecessor, Kim Landry, said expectations are high this year.
CUTLINE: Former Wachusett Regional High School hoopster Jacqui Brugliera, No.
b) a teeth-rattling block set by hoopster Luke Jackson in 2000, precipitating a bench-clearing melee with the Cougars
Bernard's star hoopster, who finished his career with 1,041 points, joining the exclusive Bernardians scoring club.
Danica's husband, Magnolia hoopster Marc Pingris was also spotted on stage.
Riding on the back of a scintillating show by hoopster Yuan Li, the Chinese team pocketed 28 points to restrict Japan 1/11 (9%) from beyond the arc.
He starts with legendary coach and player Nat Holman and ends with Dolph Schayes, considered the best Jewish pro hoopster ever, but most of the remaining interviewees are individuals who would be known only to specialists and fans.
She was co-captain of both the varsity tennis and basketball teams once setting a school hoopster record with 42 points in a game.
When a young aspiring hoopster, Norvydas Kliucininkas, from the industrial town of Alytus in southern Lithuania saw his basket-baller dreams shatter due to a series of pesky and grim injuries on the court, he did not hang his boots on the hook, but instead reshaped heavily the dream.
India hoopster Palpreet Singh's case is a study in stark contrast.
Angelini is also an intelligent hoopster who rebounds well and anticipates on defense, the latter resulting in many steals.
Students and parents rotated through rooms housing short (15 minute) teacher-guided activities including "Color Changing Milk," "Invisible Balloon and Screaming Balloon," "Hoopster Air Planes," and "Celts, Mystery Sticks and Floating Rice," which were adopted from various elementary science education resources.