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  • n. A shot in which the ball is tossed directly into the basket from near the rim.


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  • Cincinnati pulled ahead 56-53 on Ibrahima Thomas's driving lay-in with 2:07 to go.

    St. John's 59, Cincinnati 57

  • Which said Cobler lives in our old workshop where his wife lay-in last week.!

    Letter 282

  • Before Anthony had a lay-in that cut the score to 98-90 with 2:58 left, the Knicks stumbled through 11 straight misses and a stretch of 19 misses in 22 shots in the quarter.

    Bucks Have Knicks' Number, Win Again

  • The Cavs didn't fold, and they responded with a 10-2 spurt to make it 107-105 on Sessions' lay-in with 1:23 left.

    Cavs' Losing Streak Hits 24, Break Single-Season Record

  • Bryant's breakaway lay-in with 10: 42 to play in the third quarter pushed him past the former Lakers great Baylor, behind only Jerry West and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

  • Four KU players scored 11 or more points, and Darnell Jackson, one of five seniors, hit a key overtime lay-in en route to eight points and eight rebounds.

    Best of brackets were true to script

  • Jamison, who had 19 points and 10 rebounds, tied it at 98 with a lay-in off a pass from Juan Dixon with 21 seconds to go.

  • The Cardinals headed to the bench for a timeout with stunned expressions after Clarence Jackson's lay-in put Siena up 63-59 with 7: 20 to go.

  • He glanced over his shoulder to make sure no one was coming up - then clanked the lay-in that could have made it 101-99 with plenty of time remaining.

  • A moment later, there was Terry blocking Fisher's jumper in the lane, then converting Rougeau's long pass for a lay-in.


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