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.
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:
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.
Over the Back Youth Basketball Drill. Next is the over the back rebounding drill. Your players should still be standing in that line near the three-point line. The first person in line has the ball, and the second person in line should try to go over the first player’s back. Remind your players not to foul–but to get pretty darned close to it.
A rebound is also often the start of your offense, so it’s important that a rebounder knows how to look up to get the ball moving up the court after the rebound. Youth players spend a lot of their time learning the basics of dribbling, passing, shooting, and defending.
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