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Q: Pro&#39s style (2)

 Q: Pro's style
by MadCow 14 years ago
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by Cur 14 years ago
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by rolly 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by MadCow 14 years ago
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by rhino 14 years ago
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by rhino 14 years ago
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by PETER 14 years ago
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by PETER 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by PETER 14 years ago
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by Rod 14 years ago
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by ZoranV 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: Q: Pro&#39s style) was posted by Dave, on 6/24/2005 2:14:10 PM:
Well first off are you also standing 10feet back?if so then it would be extremely risky and hard to throw a slow short ball.If your up close to the ball giving an offense ive noticed the people far back are usually confident in their speed and the second they see a slow ball, theyll dash up and throw an all out attack to turn the tables on you.Also if u havnt noticed,the person throwing harder smashes will always keep the other person in a panick or defensive position,this is pressuring the opponent to give you easier balls.I beleive the short ball you are talking about is used in a european style against defensive people,it does work sometimes,but one thing is IT IS EXTREMELY BORING TO SEE PPL GET POINTS LIKE THAT,i think the reason why they expanded ball size was to keep the rallies longer and increase the viewers interest,so why not use an asian style attack and change spin and speed of the ball to keep the viewers hooked?
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