Basketball rebounding drills

With these basketball rebounding drills you’re guaranteed to improving your rebounding. Just remember you’ll be doing a lot of jumping so warm up by jumping before these rebounding drills.

Superman Drill

  1. Player stands on to the right of the midpoint of the key. Player tosses the ball high off the backboard slightly to the left of the basket.
  2. Player takes a step into the lane then power jumps to the left of the key to catch the ball.

Volleyball Rebounding Drill

  1. Player one stands on the right block and player two stands on the left block.
  2. Player one tosses the ball off the opposite corner of the backboard.
  3. Player two jumps, catches the ball and then while still mid-air tosses the ball off the backboard.
  4. Player one then repeats the same thing and it is continues for a minute.

Offensive Rebounding Versus Pressure Drill

  1. Player 1 has the ball and stands on the right side of the foul line and player 2 stands behind him.
  2. Player 1 tosses the ball underhanded to the right side of the backboard.
  3. Player 1 runs off and rebounds the ball.
  4. Player 2 always stays behind player 1 throughout the rebounding sequence.
  5. Player 1 uses pump fakes and powers up for a layup.
  6. Player 2 puts pressure on player one by bumping or pushing him.

Power Up Drill

  1. Player 1 stands at the right side of the lane with the ball, while player 2 stands out of the bounds on the right side.
  2. Player 1 tosses the ball high off the backboard.
  3. Player 2 steps on the floor as soon as the ball hits the board.
  4. Player 1 rebounds the ball with two hands.
  5. Player 1 tries to score using ball fakes or pivot moves.
  6. Player 1 continues to score until player 2 is able to stop him at which point they switch.

Offensive Stick Back

  1. Player 1 has the ball and stands on the right box. Player 2 stands on the left box, and player 3 stands next to player 2.
  2. Player one misses a bank shot so that it can rebounded on the other side of the net.
  3. Player 2 rebounds the ball and attempts a shot.
  4. Player 3 allows player 2 to rebound the ball but gives resistance to the shot.

Wall Rebounding Drill

  1. Stand about 5 feet from a wall with a ball.
  2. Toss the ball high up against the wall.
  3. Jump up rebound the ball but toss the ball while still in the air.
  4. Keep repeating this until you’ve done it 30 times, then take a rest.

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