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Harden blocked Jerryd Bayless on a drive for a shot clock violation, giving the Rockets a final possession with 6.4 seconds remaining to shoot for a tie or the win.
Adding the shot clock has caused concern among a number of area athletic directors due to its cost among other reasons.
With so little depth last season, Wright was forced to slow the game down for his team, often having them walk the ball up court and watching the shot clock tick into single digits.
After Parker’s 3-pointer cut Minnesota’s lead to 68-64, Fowles corralled a loose ball and finger-rolled it in just ahead of the shot clock buzzer for a 70-64 lead.
But late in the shot clock, J.J. Redick heaved a three over the outstretched arms of Ryan Anderson and missed.
Beverley’s defensive energy knows no limit, and his little hustle plays—fighting over a pick late in the shot clock, saving the ball for an extra possession—make a world of difference.
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Definition of shot clock for English Language Learners
basketball : a clock that shows how much time a player has left to shoot the ball
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