By George Matthew Karl
Real identify - a hundred and one Basketball Rebounding Drills
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They throw the ball up on the backboard and rebound it. They then throw the ball back up on the board and go to the end of the opposite line. The new first players in line P-2 and P-8 repeat the actions of P-1 and P-7, by rebounding the ball, throwing it back up, and going to the end of the opposite line. The drill continues until every player has rebounded at least once from both lines. NOTE: While rebounding, each player focuses on adhering to the proper techniques of rebounding, including ripping the ball to the chin and keeping the elbows out while rebounding, the feet spread and the head turned to the outside.
Limited physical contact is permitted by the defenders. Page 13 Drill 4 Anticipation OBJECTIVE: To teach players to anticipate when the ball is coming off the backboard after a shot. DESCRIPTION: The drill involves three players and two basketballsone each with players P-1 and P-2. The drill is designed to make P-1 and P-2 anticipate where they need to be to rebound a shot taken by P-3. The drill begins by having P-3 v-cut and receive a pass from P-2. P-3 then shoots the ball, and P-2 rebounds the shot.
The drill begins by having the rebounder (the first player in the foul lane line) throw the ball against the backboard, rebound it, and quickly make an outlet pass to the wing player (the first player in the wing line). The alternate outlet player (the second member of the wing line) then breaks to the center of the court and receives a pass from the outlet player. This player then drives to the basket, while the outlet player and the rebounder fill the lanes. Page 76 Drill 61 Go-for-It Rebound OBJECTIVE: To practice rebounding techniques, outlet passing, and fast-break movement patterns.
101 Basketball Rebound. V.III by George Matthew Karl