How to get an edge in a slopestyle game
In a sloping game, the ball is thrown over the top of a defender and then slung over to the other side.
The point of the play is to get the other player to stop his pursuit of the ball, which usually happens in the form of a scramble or a pass.
A slopiest player, though, will throw the ball over the defense, rather than the other way around.
The ball will bounce back to the slopier player, and the ball will continue to bounce in the opposite direction.
This is known as an offset, and it’s how the game can be played.
Slopestyle is a relatively new sport.
In the early 2000s, players competed in tournaments where teams would throw balls in slop and shoot hoops with a net in the center of the court.
Today, slop has become so popular that it’s become an Olympic sport.
According to ESPN, the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro featured the first-ever slop dunk competition, which was the most popular sport in the world.