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  • noun Plural form of rebounder.

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Examples

  • In short, Texas was not a team deep in rebounders.

    Matthew Yglesias » Draft Science

  • "When David and I are playing against teams that are good rebounders, that is when we step up and make sure we get the ball," Pelle said.

    NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball - Texas vs. Colorado

  • We reached out to dozens of "rebounders" across America, in industries from manufacturing to media, finance to health care, to see how they're turning their business ideas into reality.

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  • We reached out to dozens of "rebounders" across America, in industries from manufacturing to media, finance to health care, to see how they're turning their business ideas into reality.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • Hazell is one of the top scorers in the country, and Herb Pope one of the best inside scorers and rebounders.

    Seton Hall - Team Notes

  • They were also the Wildcats 'two team-leading rebounders.

    Bethune-Cookman - Team Notes

  • KEY RETURNEES: Moore figures to play a hybrid two guard/small forward next season, and F Joshua Henley, one of the Big South's best rebounders, returns in the post.

    Big South Conference

  • Five of the top six scorers and five of the top six rebounders have eligibility remaining.

    Horizon League

  • He's one of the most athletic shot blockers and rebounders in the league and his offensive improved steadily during the course of the season.

    Big South Conference

  • THE GOOD NEWS: All five starters return for next season, including the top four scorers and top five rebounders.

    Atlantic Coast Conference

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