Hybrid zones by Brummie

Hybrid zones are less rigid than cups or walls, and instead seek to condense space with respect to the thrower

Popularised by the Japanese, hybrid zones work on a similar principle to a traditional football (soccer) or basketball zone where each defender is responsible for an area of the field*, but plays person defence within that area. An example would […]

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