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- n. Alternative form of fast break.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a rapid dash to get a shot at one's own basket as soon as possible after taking possession of the ball; -- often occurring after the opposing team has shot at their basket.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (basketball) a rapid dash to get a shot as soon as possible after taking possession of the ball
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The Suns made seven of 10 3s and had a 24-2 advantage in fastbreak points in taking a 79-57 halftime lead.
Phoenix had a 20-1 advantage in fastbreak points and 46-20 in points in the paint.
Phoenix had a 23-5 advantage in fastbreak points. ...
They made up for that by outscoring New Orleans 26-2 in fastbreak points and by turning 17 Hornets turnovers into 23 points.
San Antonio jumped out to a 15-0 advantage in fastbreak points and ended the game with a 19-10 advantage.
With Marbury running the show, Phoenix held a 23-10 advantage in fastbreak points.
It has to be a team effort because when we play defense, it fuels our fastbreak, which is the strength of our offense.
During that span Elonu's follow of a Loubeau miss and a block by Holmes on Frizzelle to stop a fastbreak were the only Aggie highlights before Rice went to the lockerroom with a
Obama's campaign has 'fastbreak' politics. .down cold.
The fourth quarter alone featured four touchdowns and two field goals in the kind of fastbreak game rarely seen in Heinz Field.
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