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Viewing: Rebounding, Advanced

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

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.

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...

  • Date:
    Dec 5, 2014

One of the keys to great rebounding is being able to properly box out the opponent, putting yourself in better position to get the ball.

  • Author:
    By Don Kelbick
  • Date:
    Aug 7, 2012

Basketball coaches all over are looking for ways to improve and trying to find ways to sure up the things we believe we are weak in. One are that I hear about over and over again is rebounding. There is not a week that goes by when someone doesn't ask me, How can I improve my team’s...

  • Author:
    Tony Fryer
  • Date:
    Apr 1, 2010

Rebounding is one of the most important phases of the game of basketball. Rebounding gives a team possession of the basketball, and each possession helps both a team's offense and their defense and ultimately helps a team win basketball games. As coaches, we believe that you can shoot too much,...

  • Author:
    Paul Tayyar
  • Date:
    Jan 28, 2010

Defensive rebounding is very important in helping your lead your team to victory! Here is a drill to help you become a great rebounder. How to Run the Drill: Position one player from the 3, free-throw elbow extended (meaning: Outside the 3-point line in a direct path from the free throw elbow)....

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