Definition of shootaround
: a usually informal basketball practice session
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SALT LAKE CITY - At the conclusion of Wednesday's shootaround, Furkan Korkmaz, decked out in his blue No. 16 jersey, chatted with Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, T.J. McConnell, and a staff member at the far end of the Utah women's practice court.
James spoke with obvious nasal congestion at shootaround this morning, ahead of Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals in Boston.
Every Cavs game until Sunday has felt like this Kevin Love highlight, and every team in the East has looked like the Celtics at Sunday's shootaround.
Coach Brad Stevens said at Sunday’s shootaround before Game 3 that Thomas might need surgery.
But Cleveland got complacent, Boston got hot and the Celtics, who arrived at Quicken Loans Arena earlier Sunday morning for their shootaround without Thomas and looking somewhat defeated, never gave up.
Before Sunday's shootaround, Celtics coach Brad Stevens said Thomas may need surgery for the hip impingement, which has been bothering him since March.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich made the announcement during Saturday morning's pregame shootaround.
Lowry, who sustained a sprained ankle, did not participate in Friday’s morning shootaround. ‘
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: a usually informal basketball practice
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