The ball handler that fakes and then drives past a defender for an easy score. A pass rusher that leaves a would-be blocker in his wake on the way to sacking the quarterback. A setter that manages to maneuver both the body and the ball in a blink of the eye to make the perfect pass for the kill and match winning point. All examples why agility and quickness are such prized physical attributes in modern sport.
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