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Level: Foundational | Skill: Rebounding

Level: Foundational | Skill: Rebounding

Level: Foundational | Skill: Rebounding

This performance-level drill helps players get comfortable with the differences between offensive and defensive rebounding.

The defense hasn't finished its job until the rebound is secured. Here are some of the fundamentals that will make you a better rebounder on the defensive side of the ball.

Coaches would prefer their players grab a rebound with two hands, but that doesn't always happen. This drill will help rebounders get one hand on the ball and then bring it down.

When you are working on rebounding, remember these three things: check, arc and pursue. This Better Basketball video explains.

The power forward plays a crucial role in the smooth operation of a basketball team. Power forwards must be excellent rebounders--and just as importantly, must be able to take care of the ball after securing it. Power forwards have to be able to hit open shots, since they typically aren't the focal...

  • Author:
    Jeff Haefner
  • Date:
    Feb 25, 2015

Do you want more playing time? Want to help your team win more games? Basketball coaches love players that can rebound. So anything you can do to improve your rebounding will get you more playing time and help your team win games. Here are five simple and effective tips to improve your rebounding....

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