Word on the Street

Luftwaffe (looft-vahf-uh) noun. The German air force in World War II.

Usage example:Tony Parker deals out one mean Luftwaffe.

Word history: An Silent Assassin original, coined back in the days by fellow German baller Leo “Tony Parker“. Leo had the pointguard broken down, and as he slided between two defenders and finished with a perfect tear drop, he yelled out in a low pinched voice: Luftwaffe! Needles to say that everybody started crakin’ up. On further research we concluded that the call can also be used when blocking a standstill shooter, you can pretty much use it in every aspect of the game, as long as you come souring true the air like the original thing when you call it.



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