Definition of sharpshooting
1 : shooting with great precision
2 : accurate and usually unexpected attack (as in words)
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The sharpshooting guard hasn’t played in the league since 2009.
CLIPPERS ACQUIRE GALLINARI The Los Angeles Clippers acquired the sharpshooting forward Danilo Gallinari from Denver as part of a three-team trade that also involved Atlanta.
His teammate was Jemarl Baker, a sharpshooting guard who initially signed with Cal, was released from his letter of intent when Bears coach Cuonzo Martin left for Missouri and now is headed for Kentucky.
Houston guard Damyean Dotson fits the mold of the sharpshooting wing player that the Pelicans were looking for all of last season and there's a good chance New Orleans may be able to grab him with either on of its second-round picks.
But lost within his defensive dominance was some surprising sharpshooting.
Cleveland added the sharpshooting Kyle Korver in early January, and in the wake of James’s comments, the franchise took a chance on Derrick Williams, an intriguing power forward.
Few images embody the spirit of the American West as well as the trailblazing, sharpshooting, horseback-riding cowboy of American lore.
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