|1.||Ball don't lie|
A simple phrase made famous by Rasheed Wallace and coach Flip Saunders that presents evidence that a foul call was indeed unwarranted when the basketball doesn't go in the hoop (usually when the foul beneficiary is at the free throw line).more...
'Ball don't lie' is more than phrase a player can call out to make a case that a call was made unnecessarily, it is also a mind-set and philosophy. Although Rasheed Wallace may come off to the public as an inarticulate NBA thug, some, like myself, believe that he is a deeper individual, both in intelligence and in a spiritual sense. 'Ball don't lie' is evidence of this hidden and sheltered brilliance exposing itself to the masses. The basketball philosophy Rasheed gave the world, that a basketball is a fair and unbiased being, is ingenious. I have a feeling that some NBA players may have adopted this set of thinking and think the exact phrase of "ball don't line" when NBA referee bullshit is evident. I believe Rasheed's philosophy extends beyond the shooting immediately after the bull call, maybe even influencing the outcome of the game (although the circumstances in which the call occurred would have to be significant). Radical, yes, but if we as a society have accepted crap like the 'Cleveland curse' can't we believe a philosophy like this.
Thank you 'sheed.
Nickname for Detroit Pistons player, Rasheed Wallace.
Also yelled as SHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED when he goes for a shot, and/or just gets the ball.
*Rasheed Wallace gets ball, goes for three pointer*
Pistons Fans: SHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED!!!!!!
Pistons Fans: WOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!
A scape-goat for the 1986 lost of the Boston Red Sox to the odviously superior New York Metropolitains. Mookie wilson (mets outfeilder)hit a soft easily catchable grounder down the 1st baseline. When to the unhappyness of many Bostonians he let the ball roll through his legs in a blunder that allowed the Mets win the 6th game of the 1986 world series. The Mets would later win the 7Th game and pull a major upset and become World Series Championship.
*my imitation of a boston fan during bill buckner's mistake* "hooooooooly shit what just happened?"
Guy1:dude, how could you pull such a buckner?
Guy2: The ball took a weird hop!
Guy1: dude, dont lie...
"I got it!!, opps.... no i dont..... how could I buckner such a play...."
anything cool that is said or done by rasheed wallace
ball dont lie
screaming like a monkey when a cool play happens
when he pumps up the crowd before the game
and many more
To blag or to tell lies to try and get away with something. Often heard in a place of work following an extended period of absence. Most likely to be used by the recipient rather than the blagger
Dont ball hop me you lying turd, you werent at hospital visiting your poorly mother as you claim because when you didnt ring into work we rang all the hospitals asking if there was anyone with your surname because we were worried.