Word on the Street

Air Pass (air pahs) noun. A pass that goes straight through the air to the receiver.

Usage example: “A perefect air pass from Duncan, and the game is tied.”

Editors note: The air pass is just another word for a ordinary pass that doesn’t touch the ground. Disclaimer: To me a air pass should be a pass that sails true the air and doesn’t hit jack shit before going out off bounce. I guess it’s up for debate, I’m thinking about changing it, or at least have the word meaning two different things. Help me out readers, what should it be?

I guess that’s one way to fling a air pass.


Labels: Tim Duncan / Word on the Street


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