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Sports Sidelines 9-13

Sports reporting has a lot of jargon. This is true whether you’re a writer, announcer, or TV sports reporter. It is definitely beneficial. Stories would be awfully hard to read if I began every story the same way and described every shot using the standard vernacular.
Every article would begin “DeKalb County High School won 23-17 Friday night” and every score in basketball, being one of the longer seasons, would be “John Jones hit for a 3-point shot” hence the necessity for the specialized lingo.
Much of this sports jargon is very creative, and usually started by someone using ...

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