A team rebound is awarded when no individual secures the rebound of a missed shot. The statistic has little meaning -- its existence is primarily to ensure that the total number of rebounds equals the total number of missed shots, despite the fact that some shots don't have what one would normally consider a rebound. Some examples: * The offensive team gets a team rebound when one of its players misses a shot at the buzzer. * The defense gets a team rebound when a missed shot goes out of bounds without touching a player, and when the last free throw attempt in a sequence misses the rim. * Either team can get credit for a team rebound when a missed shot goes out of bounds off a member of the other team.
That's called a offensive rebound.
No, both the offensive and defensive teams can get a rebound on either basket. The defensive team tends to have better positioning, so defensive rebounds tend to be more common.
A board is another word for rebound
You can have the ball passed to you You can intercept the opposition's pass You can rebound the ball from a missed shot When there is a foul or an out from the opponent's team, you can get the ball.
after a free throw (which is a dead ball situation) if they miss the basket and you catch 'the rebound'
points made from a defensive rebound
the fundementals: dribble, shoot, steal, rebound