Cutting, Clearing and Maintaining Flow by Dylan Freechild and Jimmy Mickle

Horizontal stack offers plenty of methods for cutting, and combining these movements enables an offence to create space

Clearing cuts are meant to open up attacking space in front of the disc. Furthermore, the idea of the clearing pattern is to set up a sidestack in which you make “scoring cuts” out of. Remember, these aren’t two separate […]

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