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Groin Punching is a Surprisingly Effective Form of Defense

by davidbreitman   March 17, 2010 at 2:59PM  |  Views: 54

When guarding a more talented basketball player on the court, sometimes it's just easier to hit him in the nuts than actually try to steal the ball. (It's been a pretty successful technique for me at the YMCA, anyways.)

When Seton Hall and Texas Tech met last night in the NIT Tournament, one player decided to adopt this strategy...twice in the same game.

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