box out

box out

To form an opening or pocket in concrete by means of a box-like form.
References in classic literature ?
I answered, "that was needless, and would take up too much time; for there was no more to be done, but let one of the crew put his finger into the ring, and take the box out of the sea into the ship, and so into the captain's cabin.
Then, seeing David's bundle, he snatched it, like a too officious Newfoundland, stuck his pitchfork into it and carried it over his shoulder in triumph as he accompanied David and the box out of the thicket.
In the final two minutes of the game, UMass missed two free-throw box outs, turned over the ball three times, missed the front end of a one-and-one and made countless mental errors.
All we had to do was get a few more box outs and get on the floor.
The 'battle extra' box outs encourage students to do their own research via the web.
Defensive fundamentals such as stopping dribble penetration, guarding the ball, reacting to passes, defensive box outs, defensive rebounding, and quick immediate full-court transition.
And Sharman created a game within the game on the court, doling out $5 bonuses for steals and blocked shots and issuing $5 fines for missed box outs and turnovers.
Rebounds and trying to get the box outs at some very key times will be important,' Spoelstra said.