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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The purpose of this rebounding drill is to teach all players how to rebound in a controlled drill that lets them focus 100% on their rebounding technique. Great drill for all youth teams. Setup: Split your team up into two groups with one basketball per group. Each group forms a straight line on opposite sides of the backboard. Instructions:
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This Free-for-All drill is one of the most effective team rebounding drills in basketball. Have all the players stand under the basket, make a huddle. The coach has the ball and he/she will shoot it from outside the huddle and deliberately miss the basket. The players who have to stand under the basket will try to grab the ball.
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For younger players, get them to shoot from the free-throw line instead of the top of the key. Number of Rebounders - Instead of 2-on-2, this drill can be used 3-on-3 or even 4-on-4. Points Needed - Instead of needing 10 points to win, change this number higher or lower.
Two lines. Each line has two balls. The first two players will throw passes off the backboard and go get the rebound. Rebounders will pivot out and make a crisp outlet pass to the wing. Wing fires a pass to the next person in line. Pattern repeats until coach calls for next progression.