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inbounds

Line breaks: in|bounds
Pronunciation: /ˈɪnbaʊndz
 
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Definition of inbounds in English:

adjective

Basketball
Denoting or relating to a throw which puts the ball into play from out of bounds: an inbounds pass
More example sentences
  • Anthony Mason stumbled while throwing the inbounds pass, and Miller intercepted it.
  • On the inbounds play, Lamond Murray gets the ball in the corner, quickly squares up, and nails a three before the buzzer goes off.
  • On inbounds plays, fans were known to spill their drinks into players' canvas shoes.

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