Isolating defenders by Brummie

When cutting, if you're able to manage your defender then you're more likely to get open.

Also referred to as “putting a defender on an island”, the principle here is to cut in such a way that your defender cannot possibly cover the space that you’re in; this will then allow a cutter to react to […]

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