Good call on the shorts and the "baby", Lockstock.
Here's another funny situation that occurs at least once a game: Teammate X drives, attempts to pass to Teammate Y in better position, but either a) throws ball out of court or b) pass is deflected out of court.
Now invariably what happens is that Teammate Y will point and/or nod in the direction of Teammate X, and on the odd occasion Teammate X will do the same back. This only lasts a split second, but encapsulates the following non-verbal conversation:
Teammate Y: Man, that was so going to be a great pass.
Teammate X: Man, you were so open.
Teammate Y: If it weren't for the fickle hand of basketball fate...
Teammate X: You'd done such a great job of cutting to the basket.
Teammate Y: You'd done such a great job of blowing past your defender and drawing mine.
Teammate X: You're such a great player.
Teammate Y: And YOU'RE such a great player too.
Teammate X: I love you.
Teammate Y: No, I love YOU.
Now none of this is actually said, but it's all contained in the point or nod which is designed to take attention away from the more pressing matter that their team should have, in fact, scored.