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Upon receiving the ball from the coach, the post must "chin the basketball" - place it up underneath his chin, with his elbows out, count "one thousand and one," and then drop-step toward the near baseline and put up a power layup.
These investors are willing to put up risk capital because they expect a larger return than they could get with Treasury bonds or in the stock market.
Buitre languished at UP's bench for much of the season but she kept herself ready and in her first start she put up a career performance of 19 points in the Lady Maroons' close 25-23, 20-25, 25-23, 24-26, 15-11 win against UE.