from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Basketball Involving putting the ball into play by passing it from out of bounds to a teammate on the court.
- adj. Sports Within the designated boundaries.
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- adj. Within bounds
- adv. Into the inbounds area
- n. Plural form of inbound.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inbound.
That forced Richardson to inbounds from the sideline in the backcourt.
Put all the statistical and probablistic posturing aside, and consider this: except for the possible botched last-minute inbounds passes by the Nuggests in Games 1 and 3, and the * massive* foul imbalance in 3, the Nuggets would have likely SWEPT the Lakers, 4-0. you don't even need a box score to tell you that.
Bucknell attempted a long inbounds pass to Muscala, but the ball sailed out of bounds, turning it back over to the Spiders.
Joe Willman heaved the ensuing inbounds pass to Muscala, who caught it near the left elbow, spun around and nailed a fadeaway jumper to clinch the win for Bucknell.
Kirk Hinrich slapped the ball as he prepared to make an inbounds pass and shouted, We got it!
But Jamison responded by popping outside on an inbounds play and draining his 3 from the left wing to revive the hopes of Cleveland fans, whose emotions soared and dropped by the minute.
The Knicks had a chance to tie but couldn't get a shot off after Jared Jeffries's inbounds pass sailed over Landry Fields near the basket.
After Hamilton's jumper brought the Pistons to 54-45 with two seconds left, James took the inbounds on the fly, blew past Prince on the far sideline and dropped his long three-pointer.
Replays showed that Scaife bobbled the football and didn't get both feet inbounds as he and a defender crashed into a zebra on the way out of bounds.
Jason Maxiell made two free throws, Wall took an inbounds pass and sprinted up the court for a layup before the Pistons could even set up their defense.