- v. present participle of rebound.
“New York never trailed in rebounding from a loss in Cleveland on Monday night that ended its 11-game road winning streak, 12 including the Super Bowl win over New England.”
“-- F LaDaris Green showed a nose for the ball by leading the team in rebounding and enjoying some huge games.”
“F Alfred Jones led the Golden Eagles in rebounding (5.1 rpg) and was fourth on the team in scoring (9.2 ppg).”
“-- G Nick Murphy finished as the OVC's seventh-leading scorer and tied for fourth in rebounding in league play, averaging 15.1 points and 7.1 rebounds per game in regular-season OVC play.”
“THE BAD NEWS: While C Ousmane Cisse wasn't a big scorer by any means, he did provide a physical presence and led this team in rebounding the last two seasons.”
“Turner and Sykes have taken turns leading ULM in rebounding, while Turner is fifth in the Sun Belt in blocks, with 1.3 per game.”
“Nate Rohnert led the Pioneers in rebounding with 5.7 per game.”
“-- Senior F Montarrio Haddock scored 13.2 points per game and led Middle Tennessee State in rebounding with 5.7 per contest.”
“They were on the plus side in rebounding for the season by about one a game, but were down more than two in 16 conference games.”
“WHAT WENT RIGHT: Florida bought into the offseason philosophy of becoming a better defensive in rebounding team.”
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