inbounds

[in-boundz]
adjective
1.
Sports. being within the boundaries of a court or field.
2.
Basketball. of or pertaining to passing the ball onto the court from out of bounds.

Origin:
1960–65; adj. use of prepositional phrase in bounds

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It lets the player swing faster, which creates more pace and more spin, which keeps the ball inbounds despite the higher speeds.
The game has a rule where an individual must be touching the surface inbounds for a ball to be caught for a touchdown.
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