1. This refers to when all members of the offensive team spread out and away from the ball handler and the basket so that the ball handler can take his defender on one-on-one. The team does this so that the ball handler can either create space for a shot attempt or to have a better chance of driving to the basket for a layup.
1. With 23 seconds left in the half, the shot clock is turned off and the Bulls clear out to give Rose space. Rose dribbles to his left and crosses over his defender to get to the basket for the last second dunk.
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