The player that rebounds the basketball will become the offensive player, while the other two will be the defenders. The offensive player must work for a good shot. All shots are taken in the lane. A player can pass out to the shooter and then get open for a pass and shot.
When the coach yells "shot" the players will make a move to get past their imaginary defender, perform a quick jump, simulate grabbing and rebounding the basketball, "chin" the ball while landing, and perform an offensive scoring move on an imaginary basket.
3. Want it more than the others. Sounds very simple and cliché, but it’s really the most important part of grabbing a rebound. Rebounding takes an extraordinary amount of will and effort, so you simply have to want the ball more than your opponent. You do not have to be the tallest or biggest player to grab a rebound. Former NBA superstar and Hall-of-Fame inductee Charles Barkley, who was considerably shorter than anybody at his position, is widely regarded as one of the best rebounders in basketball history, due to his tenacity and aggressiveness towards grabbing the ball. He symbolizes that you do not have to be big in order to become a great rebounder.
Rebounding the basketball is never an easy task. It takes a lot of energy for a basketball player to jump in the air several times, while struggling to get a hold of the basketball with the pressure of either landing then going back up to make a basket, or taking off to the other end of the court. All of these things require focus and concentration. That is why it is so important for the basketball players to be physically prepared beforehand. The Myosource Kinetic Bands enable the basketball players to use resistance to work their bodies the way they will play through repetition and mimicking their skills during practice training. The bands allow basketball players to use their own body weight to build muscle strength to increase their ability to move laterally, forward, backward, and upward with power and balance. When a basketball player is strong and has quick muscle fibers they are much more prepared to get into position to make rebounds. Little things like not getting too far under the basket or too far away from the basket are critical in this skill. This is why is it crucial for the techniques of basketball rebounding to become second nature.