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 n.— «Teams in the NCAA Tournament have been allowed to conduct what’s called a “shoot-around”—a short practice—at the tournament site the morning of their game.» —“No conspiracy, just a bad assumption on my part” by Dan Korb Courier Press (Evansville, Ind.) Mar. 13, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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