up-fake
 n.— «He didn’t visit the foul line once, which is something he’s grown used to. And his team lost to Miami in overtime. This is what coaches euphemistically call a “learning experience.” Only it’s hard to know what a rookie can learn from such abuse. “Just give an up-fake, something like that,” Lopez said with a shrug. “That’s me, personally.”» —“New Jersey Nets’ Brook Lopez learns tough lessons in loss to Miami” by Dave D’Alessandro NJ.com (New Jersey) Jan. 4, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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