scoop shot


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Noun1.scoop shot - a basketball shot made with an underhand scooping motion
basketball shot - throwing the basketball toward the hoop; "his shot hit the rim and bounced out"
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Moeen bowled Will Rhodes (1) but some lusty hitting by Matt Lamb and Michael Burgess (28 not out) added 63 in six overs before Lamb (35 off 22 balls) tried a scoop shot against Parnell and only picked out keeper Cox.
Moeen bowled Will Rhodes (1), but some lusty hitting by Matt Lamb and Michael Burgess (28 not out) added 63 in six overs before Lamb (35 off 22 balls) tried a scoop shot against Parnell and only picked out keeper Cox.
Thunder fans have spent the past several days reminiscing about Westbrook's biggest moments -- from the crazy scoop shot against the Lakers in the 2012 playoffs, to the 50-point triple-double and game-winning 3-pointer against Denver that clinched the NBA single-season triple-double record, to the 20-20-20 game this past season against the Los Angeles Lakers.
The third set proved to be the same story for the resilient Lifesavers as they went down with a 15-19 deficit before pulling a thrilling 28-26 escape act highlighted by a Lavitoria scoop shot much to the delight of the cheering crowd.
Chennai introduced striker bowler Imran Tahir for the 10th over and Pant played a scoop shot to pick his first boundary.
His first goal, with 10:21 in the first quarter, was a scoop shot from the right side off a rebound.
Shafiqullah, who seems to have mastered the scoop shot, played it once too often and gave Archer a simple catch at square leg.
But after making 33 off 14 deliveries, the England Lions man went for a scoop shot against Harry Brookes and only succeeded in nicking to keeper Tim Ambrose.
After being put in to bat, Sri Lanka's openers made a confident start, initially easing along at almost six runs an over during a spell highlighted by Dickwella walking across his stumps and flicking an audacious scoop shot off Junaid Khan way over Pakistan wicketkeeper Sarfraz's head which almost carried for six.
But on 69 he tried a scoop shot off Paul Coughlin and lost his middle stump, leaving Crook with too much to do.
Okoroba then hit a scoop shot on a drive and the lead was 67-58 with 90 seconds remaining.
"If it's the scoop shot, I want to be hitting that 10 times out of 10, or the reverse sweep, or if someone misses their yorker I want to hit it for six.