fundamentivity (fun-duh-men-tiv'-uh-tee) noun. The proficiency, facility, or dexterity that is acquired or developed through training or experience in the fundamental aspects of basketball.

Usage example: Greg Ostertag often displays a complete and utter lack of fundamentivity on the court.

Word History: First used by Magic Johnson on the "Inside The NBA" segment of NBA on TNT to describe what certain bad players lack.

Ostertag rebound
That's fundamentivity, baby!