set shot


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set′ shot`


n.
a two-handed shot in basketball made from a standing position.
[1930–35]
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Noun1.set shot - a two-handed basketball shot from a stationary positionset shot - a two-handed basketball shot from a stationary position
basketball shot - throwing the basketball toward the hoop; "his shot hit the rim and bounced out"
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