leave everything on the court
 v. phr.— «Louisville didn’t have to play a game where it had to leave everything on the court. We’re only talking about one day’s rest, which is not a lot of time to turn a team around.» —“Louisville’s fresher troops key to battle” by Billy Packer Sun-Times (Chicago, Ill.) Mar. 31, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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