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On the coach's whistle, both players immediately assume a proper box-out positionfeet in a wide base, legs bent, and arms and elbows up and lockedand make contact with their buttocks. Staying on the balls of their feet, (X) and (O) exert pressure against each other and try to force one another out of the foul circle. At all times during the drill, (X) and (O) should maintain contact in a back-to-back (butt-to-butt) position. The coach should emphasize to the players that boxing-out does not require moving their opponents backwards ten feet or more.

If the (O)s gets the rebound, they shoot the ball as soon as they have a shot. Score is kept. The first team to score a preset number of points wins. Page 71 Drill 56 Rebound-and-Break OBJECTIVE: To practice offensive and defensive rebounding techniques, clearing-out skills, and outlet passing for the break. DESCRIPTION: The drill involves two five-player teamsone team each on offense (O) and defense (X). The (O)s assume a position initially outside the foul lane, while the (X)s engage in a player-to-player defense.

The drill is designed to be progressively more involved and demanding. Initially, the coach (C) blows a whistle, the (O)s remain stationary, and the (X)s block out in anticipation of going to the boards to get the rebound. Next, while no shot continues to be taken, the (O)s move any way/direction they want on the sound of the whistle. The (X)s must clear them out again. The final step is to have the coach shoot the ball and have the players perform the aforementioned actions while going for a live rebound.

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