A rebounding drill from Coach Justin Remington, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at San Bernardino Valley College.
Coach Remington is also a basket instructor for PGC.
His Twitter feed is @Coach_JRem
I have a link at the bottom of the post for you to access the entire pdf of his Favorite Practice Drills.
The drill is not game-like, but in my opinion it does simulate inside defenders moving to establish defensive positioning and then having to get rebounding position when a shot is taken.
Hopefully you can tweak it in a way where it can be added to your drillbook.
Or, it can be used as a new drill here in the second half of the season.
There are several ways that you can make the drill competitive: Split into 2s, 3s, split the team into two teams, you stay in on defense until you get 3 rebounds in a row, a point per rebound, see which pair can get the most consecutive rebounds.
Close Quarters Rebounding Drill
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Coach starts with ball under the basket.
x1 and x4 chop their feet until the coach passes to any of the 3 offensive players…
x1 and x4 play scramble defense together as 1, 2 and 3 pass the ball to each other…
Coach yells SHOT and offense shoots and defense MUST go and BLOCK OUT two of the three players
1 passes t o 2
x4 is trying t o get out t o him/her
x1 is dropping ball level
coach yells SHOT
x4 and x1 box out
Coach Remington has a 54 page pdf assembled with Moreno Valley’s Favorite Practice Drills. You can access it by clicking this link: Moreno Valley Practice Drills