Green’s Dictionary of Slang

juke n.2

[juke v.1 (1)]

a trick, a dodge, whether physical or mental.

Csonka & Kiick Always on the Run 49: Just a juke to hit the hole, then I go straight for the hole.
[US]Time 5 Dec. 76: Pruit puts on ‘a lot of jukes and lateral movement’ so that he does not get hit head on.
[US]Source Oct. 3: Some sweet jukes just waiting to shred it.