Jink Cuts by Brummie

A technique often employed against closely guarding defenders is to 'jink'; that is, to fake out your defender without actually cutting.

One fake step – or a dropped shoulder – can be enough to send the defender the wrong way, creating the separation required to get open. This is another method of deception cutting where a highly strung defender is convinced […]

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