We went down to the derelict casino where we came across Billyboy and his four droogs (friends); they were getting ready to perform a bit of the old in-out-in-out on a weepy young devotchka (girl) they had there - from the 1971 film "A Clockwork Orange"
To deliberately lose a sporting event or contest, esp. with the intention of gaining some future advantage (such as a higher selection in an upcoming draft, etc.)
The NBA lottery was implemented in the 1980s so that non-contending teams would have less incentive to "tank" games at the end of the season in order to secure the top pick in the following summer's draft.
Originally, a fan or follower of the Philadelphia-based professional sports teams who refused to celebrate the two Stanley Cup championships won by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1974 and 1975 on the grounds that hockey should not be considered a "major" sport; today, a Philadelphia sports fan who is either unduly pessimistic about one or more of the local teams' immediate prospects, or one who strenuously disagrees with the policies, player-personnel decisions etc., made by said team or teams.
Many sports fans in Philadelphia regard the local sports-talk radio station, WIP, as nothing more than a vast sounding board for Negadelphians.
A user of anabolic steroids, especially one who uses them to excess.
Robert Golub, currently serving 25 years to life in prison for the 1989 murder of a next-door neighbor in a New York City suburb, was characterized by the media as having been an out-of-control "juice monster" at the time of the killing.