Selections directly from
Effective Rebounding Skills
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on the court.
Take a look at this excerpt from "Effective Rebounding Skills"
Rebounding Positions. Ideal Position - under the basket on the
side opposite the shooter... Longer shots - means longer rebounds,
defenders should adjust their positions accordingly... Angled Shots -
shots from a certain angle usually mean the ball will come off at the same angle
on the other side... Corner Shots - come off at little or no angle and
are either long or short... On Every Shot - take a position in an open
area... To avoid jumping over the opponent, take a position in an open area
instead of behind an opponent.
Rebounding Angles. Best Angle - under the basket at a 45 degree
angle from the baseline... Next Best Angle - right in front of the
basket, at a 90% angle from the baseline. This angle is very good for shots
taken in the center of the court... Good Angle - just off the baseline."
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rebounding skills ...
proper rebounding mechanics,
what to do after the rebound,
offensive rebounding and
good rebounding tips.
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