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Assist

Assist or ASSIST may refer to:

Sports

Several sports have a statistic known as an "assist", generally relating to action by a player leading to a score by another player on their team:

  • Assist (basketball), a pass by a player that facilitates a basket by another
  • Assist (ice hockey), a pass by a player or players that helps set up a goal
  • Assist (football) (soccer), a pass by a player or players that helps set up a goal
  • Assist in Australian rules football, the last pass by a player that directly helps set up a goal
  • Assist (baseball), any touching of the ball by a defensive player after it has been hit by the batter and prior to the recording of a putout
  • Assist in water polo, the last pass by a player that directly helps set up a goal
  • Assist in ultimate, a pass by a player on which a goal is scored.

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