Block Out or Box Out - Getting your body between the basketball player and the basket to get a rebound.
Blocked Shot - When a defensive basketball player makes contact with the basketball while another player is shooting the ball.
Block out and rebound the basketball. We must block out and rebound on every shot attempt. No second or third shot attempts due to poor rebounding effort or failure to block out.
Block out for rebounding
The block out after a shot is a defensive fundamental. It is my opinion that few high school or college players consistently execute this fundamental.
Block Out (or Box Out) - Positioning yourself to rebound the ball by getting between your man and the basket. Ideally, you would turn to face the basket with arms up, elbows out, backing into your opponent with your hips and backside to hold him off.
Block out: To make contact with an opposing player to establish rebounding position between the player and the ball. Also called "box out." ...
2) Block Out Your Opponent
There are two effective ways to do this. The first is the frontal step. If the opponent you're guarding tries for a rebound, step in front of them and make contact. Be sure to stay balanced and wide with your knees slightly bent and your legs apart.
Rebounding/Block Out Drill
Rebounding Drill: Close Out Box Out
Rebounding Drill: Reverse Pivot Technique ...
Why players block out harder to get the seat on the bench closest the coach than they do on the court to get the rebound, which is the reason they are sitting on the bench in the first place. by Boni
Chapter 23 Teaching By The Comic Book Method ...
THE DEFENDERS MUST BLOCK OUT IN ORDER TO GET REBOUNDS.
STEALS BY A DEFENDER OR PASSES OUT OF BOUNDS ALSO START THE BREAK.
THE FREE THROW BLOCK OUT-A POSSESSION STRATEGY
The Right Summer Camp
RECRUITING - THE SUMMER CIRCUIT AND/OR HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
The Hook Shot
VALUE THE BASKETBALL
THE ONLY PLAYER WHO CAN SCORE IS THE ONE WITH THE BALL
COMING FROM BEHIND LATE IN THE GAME ...
Rebounding-in man-to-man defense, players know who to block out for the rebound when a shot is attempted because each they can simply block out the player they were defending.
The offensive rebounder who hustles toward the boards using clever fakes is difficult to block out.
The offensive player must not allow the defensive player to "feel" him with the back or elbows, or the defender will be able to slide with any change of direction that is made.
I think it would probably be annoying though, as it would also block out the sound of everything going on in your own home, such as the TV you are trying to watch or music you are listening to. At night, putting on a white noise track can help block out sounds … ...
Create own rules of playing 1:1 then block out! - Attacker shot on the spot, after 1,2... dribbles, etc...
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Coach initiates drill with shot, players block out three steps.
Defenders may defend in following ways. Defend either outlet pass, fall back to the paint, double team players, etc.
Offense goal is to complete three fast breaks.
"box-out" -- what every player should do when a shot goes up... try to block out, or "box-out", the person he is guarding to keep him away from the basket and prevent him from getting "inside position" for the rebound. See "Rebounding".
The job of the defensive players is to block out the blue offensive players and get the rebound and pass it to the player on their side thats outside the lane. example = 2 passes to 7..
The job of offensive players is to rebound and shoot it back up and score.
See also: Basket, Block, Basketball, Rebound, Ball