Seems like a good strategy. Worked pretty well in the playoffs anyway.
Isn’t square shoot?
I think you’re right. Also, you might have to perform the up-down-up-down-Square-Triangle-Start to give Scallabrine playing time in the game.
no. get into post. Shoot fade away. get ball back. repeat. Is very noobish, but hey, it works 80% of the time for me
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