Rebounding, just like defense, come ups down to one thing - how much make you desire the ball! You don't have got got to be that tall - expression at Prince Charles Barkley.
You don't have to be able to leap that high - expression at Jason Kidd. Controlling the glass depends on how much you desire the ball. You have got got to be mean. You have got got to be aggressive. You have got got to be something of an animal. I have got got coached participants who were not great passerbies or did not have great dribbling accomplishments and could not hit if their life depended on it.
However,if these participants could acquire to the glass, they got plenty of playing time.
Pursue every board and lose ball with strength and desire. Spin off the first contact. Use a speedy and explosive move toward the ball. Secure the ball with two hands, elbow joints out.
The cardinal is to do contact as quickly and effectively as possible (boxing out) Measure to the offense participant and swivel into him - making contact.
Front Pivot - Used against participants outside the cardinal country because you can maintain the participant in your line of sight longer.
Reverse Pivot - Used when in the key. Pivot to the side of your oppositions movement.
Here are a couple of electric drills you can utilize to learn your participants how to rebound.
Drill #1 - Spin off the first man (For violative participants crashing the boards)
Offensive participants begin at 3 point line. The defensive participants begin at the free throw line. Offense participants onslaught and spin around off the first contact. Defensive participants only do initial contact.
Drill # 2 - Keep Out
Players spouse up with a teammate who plays a similar function on the squad (ie - guard with guard) Offense participants line up outside the cardinal while the defensive participants play deny defence on their checks. Coach hits the ball, hopefully it falls through the hoop.
While boxing out, defensive participants must maintain the offense participants off the ball long adequate for the ball to bounce. If an offense participant even touchings the ball before it bounces, the full defensive attitude unit of measurement is forced to make a conditioning drill. If the defensive squad lets the ball to resile for three sequent shots, the offense unit of measurement must make a conditioning drill.