A tough rebounding drill that encourages players to make contact and then pursue the basketball to secure the rebound. Setup: Start by splitting the team into two even groups. One group starts on the baseline (defensive team). One group starts above the three-point line (offensive team). The coach has a basketball. Instructions:
The Toughness Training Basketball pad is a great tool for rebounding drills. Coaches can wear the pad on one arm and catch, bounce, or shoot the basketball with the other during rebouding drills. The Toughness pad is great to use when players land after rebounding so that they have a wide base, are on balance, and are protecting the basketball.
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Basketball drills focused on rebound can help basketball players make the most of the spilt second between landing and recovery. With better rebound control, basketball players can move faster, change direction quicker, respond better to changes on the court, and maintain height during consecutive vertical jumps.
Purpose: Work on defensive rebounding techniques, blocking out, and executing a solid outlet pass. Drill: This rebounding drill requires three players, a coach/manager, and a basketball. The defensive player (X1) begins a couple feet below the free throw line. O1 and O2 begin on each wing. The coach/manager starts at the top of the key.
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Basketball Rebounding Drills #3 Jump & 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. Do it 5 times and switch with your partner.