Originally Posted by eidolonshinobi
Pushers can be fun imo. It really allows you to see what your game is lacking and for you to think about a strategy that would work. Powerplayer's strat is pretty much what I do. I close the net a lot and tend to win those points.
I like your attitude towards pushers. Many times we were so caught up in losing to somebody that cannot hit with any pace. Now I am seeing more like taking the opportunity to learn the control game and the execution game. To me playing with a strong S&V guy is harder to control because there is no rally. The point is over in 3-4 strokes, and it all depends on if I can return the ball at all. Pushers are much easier because they like to wait for the point to be over, never attack on anything.