ego-ectomy (e-go-eck'-tuh-me) noun, pl. ego-ectomies. Surgical removal of all or part of the ego, usually by means of a clear and unquestionably embarrassing play, often at the hands of an inferior opponent.

Usage example: Lamar Odom received an ego-ectomy last night when Greg Ostertag sent his shot to the bleachers.

Word History: First used by Kevin McHale in the August of 1990 to describe the effect of a missed dunk on a Celtics rookie.

Ostertag block
"Damn dawg, he's giving you an ego-ectomy."