up-fake

noun
\ ˈəp-ˈfāk \

Definition of up-fake 

: a fake in which a player makes an upward movement to simulate starting to take a shot … senior guard Natalie Ventress had the Mustangs fooled with a nice up-fake and right-handed layup finish. —Hayes Clement

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up-fake verb, transitive + intransitive
Leonard later bulled his way by James to the rim, up-faked and then made a floating jumper over the Cavaliers forward. The Lewiston (Idaho) Morning Tribune

First Known Use of up-fake

1982, in the meaning defined above

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