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“Rebounding is expected to be a concern for the Wizards in the regular season, with their relatively inexperienced frontcourt of Andray Blatche, JaVale McGee, Yi Jianlian, Hilton Armstrong, Booker and Seraphin, who have a combined 322 starts between them.”
“One of his favorites is known as "Rebounding League," in which a trio of three-man teams engages in a simultaneous scramble for the ball.”
“Rebounding is a skill just like passing and shooting.”
“Rebounding is coming on, but my defense is still a little slow and I'm still a little behind on the plays. '”
“Rebounding from a poor performance in a five-goal loss to Vancouver, the Toronto goalie stopped 21 shots Tuesday night to beat Tampa Bay 4-2 and end the Lightning's season-high five-game winning streak.”
“` ` Rebounding is all about will, '' said the Yellow Jackets 'Jeremis Smith, who grabbed 10.”
“Expectations: Rebounding is a big problem, and Chris Webber will have to help address it.”
“Rebounding is an emphasis of ours and we did it well against a good rebounding team," Dixon said.”
“Style points: Rebounding is a potential weakness, especially on the offensive glass.”
“Rebounding from a two-game losing streak that cost them a trip to a bigger bowl, the Wolfpack (8-5) marched 64, 68 and 97 yards on their first three possessions to build a 21-7 lead.”
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