dead ball re*bound
What Is The Definition Of Dead-Ball Rebound In Basketball?
1. A dead-ball rebound does not reflect a team’s total rebounds and is in place for box score statistical error detection. Tracking dead-ball rebounds is in place to help keep a balanced box score, meaning for every missed shot there has to be a rebound.
And example of a dead-ball rebound would be when a player misses the first free throw in a two-shot foul, the player that rebounds the play is not credited for the rebound, but the rebound is still accounted for.
Examples Of Dead-Ball Rebound Used In Commentary
1. Williams airballs the first shot, but Giannis returns the dead-ball rebound back to the referee.
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