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HAHA. LULZ.

Gotta love it. A lot of defenders do not make sudden or decisive attacks on balls they have been bumping back or cutting the whole match. This gets a lot of attackers into a mindset where they THINK it is a safe shot to pass on an attack and just bump push it to the BH zone. Defender bumps or cuts those back all match, then when the match is getting to the wire, defender attacks those balls for winners! haha classic surprise! If attacker was giving those weak balls to another attacker, he would be scrambling back to fish or lob just to stay in the point instead of getting a ball back to attack again.

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