Offensive Rebounding Concepts - FastModel Sports

Published 06/08/2017 by null null Favorite Send to FastDraw Print Embed

About This Play/Drill

Examining some of the recent trends in offensive rebounding concepts.  The weakside flood was made famous by Illinois coach Brad Underwood.  The triangle concept is a more traditional approach.  The abandonment concept is a new trend that many colleges and NBA teams like the Nets, Hawks, Spurs and Warriors have implemented.  

  • Basketball Play - Offensive Rebounding Concepts
  • Basketball Play - Offensive Rebounding Concepts
  • Basketball Play - Offensive Rebounding Concepts
  • WEAKSIDE

     

    Red: Opposite Inside-player from the strong side of the shot circles under the rim to the weak side of the shot.

     

    Yellow: Weakside Flood-next two or three players flood the middle and weakside of the floor.

     

    PG retreats for transition defense.

  • TRIANGLE

     

    PG and shooter retreat back on defense.

     

    The other three players fill the strong side block, weak side block and middle lane to form a triangle.

  • ABANDONMENT

     

    Sending all 5 players back on defense or allowing best rebounder to crash the offensive glass while the other 4 players get back on defense after a shot.