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  • n. Plural form of lay-in.


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  • Basically we've bumped into the issue of doing relatively tight, refined lay-ins in pencil and then completely losing those delicate drawings once paint is applied.

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  • Jackson had a putback, a 3-pointer and two lay-ins during a 12-0 run that was set up by turnovers and got the vastly outnumbered Saints crowd on its feet, sensing a huge upset in the making.

  • ` ` I settled for jumpers and missed a lot of lay-ins and shots I normally make, '' Jefferson said.

  • When the offense is stagnant like it was, we allowed them to tip balls, get easy lay-ins and let them run their offense and get easy fast breaks. '' - Basketball - L.A. Clippers vs. Indiana

  • He rebounded misses by Michael Ruffin and Hughes during the team's 13-2 run and converted them into easy lay-ins as Washington expanded 74-71 lead into a 87-73 bulge that put the game out of reach. - Wizards cast spell on Bulls in 117-99 Game 3 win

  • Loucks notched 10 of his team-high 15 points in the final two minutes, but it wasn't enough to overcome a dismal scoring night in which FSU's 37.9 shooting percentage was inflated by a late flurry of uncontested lay-ins.


  • But Matt Howard scored the next four points on lay-ins after breaking free under the basket both times. Front Page

  • Smith had the crowd on its feet with four thunderous dunks and a couple more above-the-rim lay-ins.

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  • The "other guys" were Van Gundy's guys, and part of the reason they didn't was Allen, who played aggressively on defense as well as forcing the Magic out of their early plan to take away his jump shot by lowering his head and driving into the paint for lay-ins.

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  • The spurt began with a dunk by Taylor and featured several lay-ins and putbacks as Pitt dominated inside.

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