1: to treat in a harmful, injurious, or offensive way: to abuse a horse; to abuse one’s eyesight.
2: to break a man’s ankles two times during one sequence, as Allen Iverson once did to Antonio Daniels.
Origin: The streets.
destroy, mistreat, murk
1: having completely run out of money.
2: Antoine Walker.
Origin: purportedly, ‘Toine blew his millions on mansions, cars, a massive entourage, and a basketball wife.
destitute, penniless, bankrupt
1: a form of handshake and friendly gesture that has recently become popular in western cultures; a sign of respect.
2: what Chris Gatling was forced to do after being emasculated by Shawn Kemp.
Origin: ’92 Playoffs.
greet, fist bump, pound
1: a ball hit in a high arc or bowled in a slow underhand motion.
2: a pass that Andre Miller throws with impeccable accuracy, probably to be dunked by Javale McGee.
Origin: Los Angeles.
1: any sudden or unexpected help, advantage, or aid to success.
2: Darko Milicic, according to David Kahn.
Origin: God, by way of Serbia.
blessing, gift, bonanza