The Huddle: JD's breakside forehand is blocked: should this have been thrown? Where would you assign the turnover blame? Likewise: Chase's hammer; good decision or bad?
Andrew Fleming: Chalk this turnover up to miscommunication, and a great play by Wink to take advantage of it. JD sees the space open up the line, but Ted doesn't seem to expect a throw and gets a late break on the disc. It is tough to assign blame on this one.
Seth makes a nice cut deep to the breakside. Without much wind, this is a great look for Chase to hit. In this case, throwing a hammer up against a diagonal crosswind makes for a 50-50 ball, and Sockeye is fortunate that Nord is cutting deep at the same time.
Mike Whitaker: If JD's forehand was to Rouisse (the handler cutting up the line), I think it was a good choice but bad execution. If it was thrown to Teddy (the receiver downfield), I would say bad choice because Teddy was not cutting or expecting the throw. The hammer by Chase was a bad choice as that was almost an impossible throw to put accurately to the corner he was aiming for in that crosswind.