Looking for [tag]basketball rebounding drills[/tag]? You’ve come to the right place! Try out this idea below and let me know how it goes for you.
I coach high school [tag]basketball[/tag]. The hardest [tag]basketball drill[/tag] to master for me is get my kids to box out.
The [tag]basketball rebounding drill[/tag] I use is to have 3 players facing the end line, one directly under the hoop, at the end line, the other two on either side of him at the blocks, but on the end line. These three are facing the out of bounds, can’t see the three offensive players on on the foul line, two of them extended.
When the shot signal goes up by the coach, the idea is to have the three offensive players charge for the rebound, and the three players at the end line to turn and find them to box to box them. Rebound is not important, finding them and keeping them away from the basket is the drill. Too many times they want to box out, but box out their man only, and another offensive player gets the rebound.
They must work together to be successful. Hope this or a variation of this is useful.