Two on Two Box Out

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Drill Purpose

Teaches boxing out for rebounding.

Drill Instructions and Diagrams

  1. Offensive and defensive player on each side of the lane.
  1. The coach throws up the ball, defense blocks out, offense goes after the rebound.
  1. If the offense gets rebound, they try to score. If the defense rebounds, they pass the ball out to the coach.

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Grant says:
10/6/2023 at 8:05:43 AM

Thanks for the drill. I''ve been using it a while. The adjustment I like best. I make it a competition. If defense gets the rebound they stay on. They keep score by how many rounds they remain king of the hill. If offense get the rebound, defense does a down and back.


Chris Kelley says:
12/12/2012 at 4:16:53 PM

Suggest adding a 5th player. Let the player who gets the rebound become the shooter. Rotate the offense and defense each shot. Yeah, that'll work. Chris Kelley - Framingham.


Barry from KY says:
12/26/2011 at 10:02:02 AM

love the imformation and drills..use it daily ...dont stop


mario says:
12/28/2010 at 9:11:57 PM

I will use it with my girls team.


polipinto says:
12/14/2010 at 9:05:01 PM

Very didactic.


Nae in Florida says:
1/6/2010 at 1:58:29 PM

Great website and very practical, thoroughly explained drills and concepts.


oli says:
5/13/2008 at 10:00:47 AM

yea cheers dude pimpin drill


steve says:
12/31/2007 at 7:34:25 AM

Excellent drill. This is a very popular drill.


julius says:
11/27/2007 at 4:29:35 PM

Goog drill thank you 4 your help.


Jim in Maine says:
11/12/2007 at 11:34:19 AM

If you have the coach shoot from the foul line extended ,the help side player can work on finding his man and blocking. Also will help in reading where rebound will go. I like the continuation after shot. Thanks, Jim in Maine


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