In this rebounding drill, two players compete to rebound a basketball inside the key and then score. Which ever player scores the basketball outlets to a wing player. The wing player must then dribble down the court and make a layup, midrange shot, and three-point shot before returning to the end of the line.
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Longer shots (like three-pointers) will produce longer, higher rebounds. Shorter shots, like layups, will produce softer rebounds that stay close to the basket. Try to rebound the ball with two hands, then secure it under your chin with your elbows out wide and knees bent in an athletic position.
Basketball Rebounding Drills #3Jump & Grab. Hold a ball up high out of the rebounder's reach. If you aren't tall enough to hold the ball out of reach, stand on a chair or toss it up. Rebounder jumps as high as she can, grabs the ball, and brings it under her chin with her elbows out.
HOW TO DO the rebounding tipping drill. Toss the ball off the backboard or you can have someone else toss the ball off the backboard so you wont know where the rebound is coming. Jump up and catch the ball with one hand, your outside hand. Toss the ball back against the backboard while still in the air.
Use this drill to develop your team into a ferocious rebounding machine. This drill mixes in conditioning, competition, fast break shooting and hard core reb...
Drill: This rebounding drill is a mismatch drill where the two defenders attempt to out rebound the three offensive players. A coach or manager will shoot the basketball while the defensive players try to gain the rebound and outlet the ball to the coach. The offensive players also try to secure the rebound.
3 Box Out Drills 1. Rack Up Rebounding How the Drill Works: One player will continuously shoot from the top of the key while four players (2-on-2) battle to secure rebounds. When a player rebounds the basketball, they receive one point for their team and then must immediately pass the ball out to the shooter who will shoot again.
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