Tag Archives: Rebounding

February 12, 2018: North Carolina Tar Heels forward Luke Maye (32) goes for the layup in the NCAA basketball matchup at Dean Smith Center in Chapel Hill, NC. (Scott Kinser/Cal Sport Media)(Credit Image: © Scott Kinser/CSM via ZUMA Wire)

Wooden Award Watch: Luke Maye Player Breakdown

Wooden Award Watch: Luke Maye Player Breakdown

North Carolina’s Luke Maye has put himself in the Wooden Award conversation with a versatile skillset based on elite shooting and rebounding. MORE Wooden Award Watch Series: Jalen Brunson Player Breakdown Luke Maye blasted onto the scene during North Carolina’s title run last season and eventually hit the game winning shot in the national championship game. The 6’8″

December 3rd, 2016: Winthrop Eagles center Duby Okeke (0) and Winthrop Eagles guard Xavier Cooks (12) box out Dayton Flyers forward Xeyrius Williams (20) during a free throw during NCAA basketball game action between the Winthrop Eagles and the Dayton Flyers at University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH. Photo by Adam Lacy/Cal Sport Media(Credit Image: © Adam Lacy/CSM via ZUMA Wire)

Man-to-Man Defense – Competitive Team Rebounding

Competitive Team Rebounding is part 5 of a 5 part series on drills that can help any man-to-man defensive system. Read part 1, Man-to-Man Defense – 2 Essential Questions here  part 2 Man-to-Man Defense – Drills for On and Off Ball Defense here part 3 Man-to-Man Defense – Team Post Defense here and part 4 Man-to-Man Defense – Defending Screens. My

Gooroo Drill: Pride Rebounding

Gooroo Drill: Pride Rebounding

Practice rebounding skills using box-out technique Setup One coach with ball is positioned around free throw line acting as shooter Six players are in the paint, with three designated as offensive team and three on defensive team Instructions Coach attempts jump shot (missing on purpose), and players in the paint position themselves for rebound Defensive

Gooroo Drill: Partner Box-Out

Gooroo Drill: Partner Box-Out

Teach players box-out technique Setup Split players into two groups, forming two parallel lines 4-6 feet apart across the key facing each other Line facing basket is designated offensive team, while line with back to basket is on defense Players stand at least an arm’s length from each other and are partnered up with player

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