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Feinting in the run-up to confuse opponents is permitted, but feinting to kick the ball once the player has completed his run-up is now considered an infringement of Law 14 and an act of unsporting behaviour, for which the player must be cautioned.
When potential mates meet, they rear up and face off, feinting and dodging.
4, 1-4: From a 1-4 set-up, 4 inbounds the ball to 1 coming to 5's side screen in the key, 3 feinting long and coming short over the midcourt line, and 2 feinting short and coming back long.
Danny Whitaker's early strike proved the difference, the midfield playmaker feinting twice before powering home his 14th goal of the season with a stunning volley from the edge of the box.
He dominated every round from the sixth forward, save the ninth, and then in the 11th he got off first, yet again, feinting with his right and then clocking Vargas with a powerful left hook, a punch with the kind of power Vargas insisted De La Hoya didn't own.
In the time it takes to think these thoughts, it registers that the film's surface disturbance limns the feinting, jabbing pugilists, whose bodies have been digitally removed.