adj.— «Terrell played the style Hughes had learned from Adams: run, pass, lob, dunk, press, crash the boards. Some called it hully-gully ball, or playground ball. “We were playing today’s game back in the sixties.…We were doing the alley-oop lob pass to six-foot-two guys in 1964. Every fourth or fifth trip down the floor was a dunk.”» —“The Duke of Dunbar” by Michael Hall Jan., 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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