A pass in the game of basketball, where it starts with a player out of bounds with the basketball near the backboard and basket or anywhere. Soon as the game is whistled back into play, the inbounds passer will intentionally wait for any opposing player guarding the basketball to turn his back to him, then sneak a pass off that opposing player's back, step inbounds, get it back (which is a pass to yourself), and then dribble in unguarded for the easy score, quick pass or quick dribble around.
An okedoke pass can also work right after the opposite team scores from a field goal or free throw (with the ball in play), for a quick pass or quick dribble around.
NOTE: This move is legal in basketball, as long as you plant both feet on the floor before you catch the ball off the opposing player's back.
Scottie Pippen pulled the okedoke pass on Danny Ainge for a dunk in the 1993 NBA Finals in Game 3.
Lil' Bow Wow pulled the okedoke pass on Jason Kidd in the movie 'Like Mike'.
Dwyane Wade pulled the okedoke pass on Vince Carter in the 2005 NBA playoffs.
Chris Paul pulled the okedoke pass on Kobe Bryant in a regular NBA game.
Chauncey Billups pulled the okedoke pass on Kobe Bryant in the 2009 NBA Western Conference Finals in Game 2.
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