In this Tchouckball clip, we can see a match in the process between two teams. There are two main actions in this play, the first pass from one end to the other, and then the shot to score a point. We can analyze the first action, the pass, to not be a wise choice for the play. To minimize the chances of the ball getting intercepted, it is better to make low percentage passes, as was shouted at the thrower in the video. This way, it is more assurable that the receiver will catch the ball when the time comes. This was not a very wise decision as regardless of the fact that the ball was caught, had it been a short pass the other team would have gotten a chance at the ball and the potential point would have been lost.
However, the shot made at the Tchouck was a good one. The angle at which the target was approached guaranteed that the ball would bounce off where the player wanted it to, a place where no defenders were present. Only three steps are taken to approach the the target, the maximum allowed by the game. It is good all three were taken as this gets the player as close to the target as possible, better securing the chance of a good shot. The arm with the ball was taken back and then shot forward, at the same time as the last step was taken, securing a better force behind the ball.