Whenever a Basketball player is dribbling down the court and a defensive player is coming from behind, your teammates/fans yell "wolf" to tell the person with possession of the ball to beware that the defense is about to steal the ball.
It means the same as it does in any other context.
definitions and terms in basketball
Look on this websiteglossary-of-basketball-terms
Dave Wolf has written: 'Great moments in pro basketball' -- subject(s): Basketball, Juvenile literature
in terms of longest Bear, then wolf then fox in terms of compared to body size however, fox, then wolf, then bear.
Sorry we do not know what you mean by "sinhala" or "meanin" these are not English words.
There are many terms that are used in basketball, including team, coach, and basket. Score, free throw, court, and foul are also terms that are heard in basketball.
Click on the 'Basketball Glossary' link on this page to see the basketball terms from the book Basketball Made Simple.
No, Ben Affleck was not in Teen Wolf - Although there are similar basketball scenes between Teen Wolf and the supernatural-based movie he was ACTUALLY in - Buffy The Vampire Slayer (he was uncredited as basketball player #10)
Dribbling my hommie.