Basketball Slang Terms

Can you identify these euphemisms for basketball terms?
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Last updated: April 25, 2016
First submittedApril 2, 2015
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A shot that fails to make it to the hoop
Air Ball
When a player gets fouled while in the act of shooting but still scores the basket. He then gets the opportunity to attempt one free throw
And One
Post player who gets the ball passed to him and never passes back out to the perimeter player.
Black Hole
The foul line
Charity Stripe
A basket late in the game that seals a victory
To shoot or dunk directly in an opponent's face
A player who has spent a lot of time in the gym perfecting his basketball skills
Gym Rat
To foul a player. Also known as "hammer"
When a player performs a play that is reminiscent of Michael Jordan
This area in front of the basket is also known as the "key" or the "lane"
To dunk over another player. This word came about because photos for posters are made from these types of plays
Another word for the basketball
A player's shooting motion
A versatile mid-sized player who can play more than one position
When the lane is crowded with multiple defenders
An offensive player bringing up the rear on a fast break who may get into position for a better shooting opportunity on a pass from the leader
A dunk where the player brings the ball to his waist and raises it back up in a circular motion
Often said by the defensive player who appears to have cleanly blocked a shot but instead is called for a foul
All Ball
When a player makes a move that causes the defender to stumble or fall
Break Ankles
Refers to a player guilty of a three-second violation in the lane
Camping Out
Level 59
Aug 17, 2017
"form" and "release" should also be accepted for a player's shooting motion.
Level 49
Aug 20, 2017
Even though neither "form" or "release" are slang?