playmaking


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play·mak·er

 (plā′mā′kər)
n.
A player in a sport with goals, such as a guard in basketball, who initiates offensive plays.

play′mak′ing n.

playmaking

(ˈpleɪˌmeɪkɪŋ)
n
the initiating of offensive plays in sports
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Despite his playmaking masterpiece, Banchero knows there's still a room for improvement as they plan to move up from their 2-0 record.
Pascua noted that they have to improve their playmaking and utilize all their spikers, especially middle hitters Beth Carey of Australia and Alexis Matthews of United States.
GAVIN Hastings last night urged Scotland boss Frank Hadden to bite the bullet and shift Chris Paterson to the playmaking No.10 slot on Saturday.
Sale, meanwhile, are without fly-half Charlie Hodgson, and his replacement Nick Walshe lacks the England man's playmaking skills.
Minus Castro, Terrence Romeo took care of the playmaking duties to finish with 12 assists.
He finished off a brilliant solo run from close to his own line by Great Britain team-mate Kevin Sinfield, whose playmaking skills did much to destroy the hopes of the outclassed visitors.
1 Rain or Shine, 100-85, behind Joshua Smith, Troy Rosario and the steady playmaking of Terrence Romeo.
A broken leg robbed them of Brian McGuigan's playmaking talents earlier in the season.
His 40-20 kicks and playmaking skills will be missed.
'Assists are a part of playmaking and I didn't do a good job, maybe coach Boyet [Fernandez] will let me see the tapes,' said Bolick Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.
It is exactly policies like these that are needed now to convince people that the government is as committed to the domestic agenda as it is to playmaking on the international stage.
The Fil-Am guard, who averaged 10.4 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 10.3 assists for the season, has showcased his full arsenal in the championship round, dazzling, with his playmaking wizardry while also serving as the undisputed leader of Mono Vampire.