from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Basketball The half of the court having the basket at which the offensive team shoots.
- n. Basketball The forwards and center on a team. Also called frontline.
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- n. The half of the court where a team's offensive basket is located
- n. The center and forwards of a team
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Ron Artest's main frontcourt mates are Mikki Moore and
The flaw that Brown has lamented for months - a thin frontcourt - led to a mismatch as the Cavs continued to make a claim as one of the league's best teams.
Countermove: Indiana's frontcourt is deep, if not overpowering outside of O'Neal.
Garcia and Dean, when healthy, form one of the country's most potent backcourts, and the frontcourt is solid.
Ducks 'main frontcourt starters, Robert Johnson and Chris
Clark was 5-for-7 as Toronto had a huge edge in frontcourt scoring.
With Alonzo Mourning manning the middle, the Heat frontcourt is undoubtedly the NBA's most rugged and with Eddie Jones providing top-notch perimeter defense,
The Sixers 'main frontcourt players, Mutombo, Tyrone Hill (eight points, eight rebounds), and George Lynch, took a combined 19 shots, while the three main backcourt players, Iverson, Snow and McKie shot 54 times.
The Clippers gain the expiring $4.5 million salary of Gooden, who -- if he isn't bought out to return to Dallas -- will serve as a short-term frontcourt replacement for the departed
Should Bosh stay, it will be a strong signal of his faith in a long-term frontcourt relationship with the 24-year-old Bargnani.