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  • v. Present participle of rebound.

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Examples

  • 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.

    USATODAY.com

  • -- F LaDaris Green showed a nose for the ball by leading the team in rebounding and enjoying some huge games.

    Atlantic Sun Conference

  • F Alfred Jones led the Golden Eagles in rebounding (5.1 rpg) and was fourth on the team in scoring (9.2 ppg).

    Ohio Valley Conference

  • -- 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.

    Ohio Valley Conference

  • 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.

    Eastern Illinois - Team Notes

  • 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.

    Sun Belt Conference

  • Nate Rohnert led the Pioneers in rebounding with 5.7 per game.

    Sun Belt Conference

  • -- Senior F Montarrio Haddock scored 13.2 points per game and led Middle Tennessee State in rebounding with 5.7 per contest.

    Sun Belt Conference

  • 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.

    LSU - Team Notes

  • WHAT WENT RIGHT: Florida bought into the offseason philosophy of becoming a better defensive in rebounding team.

    Southeastern Conference

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  • Exercise - to perform a workout on a mini-trampoline, a.k.a. rebounder.

    December 28, 2010