Isolations by Brummie

Throwing to a cutter is a difficult task when there isn't much space to use. As a result, many offences are based on the idea of isolating a single cutter in as big a space as possible, giving a much greater error margin to the thrower.

However, simply leaving large areas open is rarely effective; defenders are smart after all. Instead, isolation offences work best when they are feints, or use combinations of cuts where the offence is happy to take any of the options available […]

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