Basically all the positions, but mostly center, power forward, small forward, and sometimes shooting guard (depends on the player for SG) do most of the rebounding.
In basketball, "c" is an abbreviation for the center position. The center is typically the tallest player on the team and plays close to the basket. They are responsible for rebounding, defending the paint, and often serve as an offensive target for scoring inside.
Ball handling , Passing , Defense , Rebounding , Shooting
It is for more balace when jumping. (ex. rebounding, dunking)
to rebound you have to jump high or rech higher than your oppenent
1. Gravity. 2. Rebounding properties. 3. Newton's Laws of Motion.
Yes. There is a lot of physical contact involved, especially when rebounding.
You Need to show to your coach that you can beat your opponent and have a decend basketball iq. Also show him your strengths and points of weakness your working on. If your a pointguard, show him ball handling and good perminiter defense tied Into a leader and decent scorer. Forward position good rebounding, screens, and dominant scoring, and center, strength and good position in a low post setting and scoring plus great defense and rebounding. All importantly just show your coach your dedication and love for the game. Hope it helps!
Well are you talking about rebounding in basketball? Because if so...oh my gosh. Basketball season just ended for me and we played tough for rebounding. Just think about it...if you didn't rebound the ball and the opposing team didn't make the shot you can always stop them from making another one. You gotta be tough! That's one of the biggest things in basketball.
Well there are many drills you can do to improve different aspects of the game. Basketball involves many aspects. Some are: passing, shooting, blocking, rebounding, etc.
The "2 position, also called the "shooting guard", is usually the team's best shooter. The "3 position", also called the "small forward, is responsible for inbounding the ball.