What a silly argument.Lets talk about the team performance without garnett and about the 2 new players and Jeff Green monster game.Go celtics.
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In response to OneOnOne's comment:
Changing it again. don't care if its a dunk or a layup, point is it was one handed. Something you said he doesn't do. Your just pissed because you don't know about rebounding and want to change the subject. Here is some info for you. You are easy.
When the ball hits the rim, find your guy and make contact! Obviously if he is way off from the rim, stay inside and wait for the rebound. Don't be afraid to make contact, but don't use your arms to push, use your body to advance. So to be a good rebounder, always assume a shot will never go in and be ready in rebounding position.
When boxing out, find your man as soon as a shot goes up. Pivot in the most comfortable and efficient way you can, into an athletic position that looks like you are sitting on a chair. Immediately your arms go up, your elbows go out and your hands get ready to grab the ball. We discussed above the reasons for getting your arms up and hands ready (see skills). The purpose for getting your elbows out is NOT to hit anyone, but it does make you wider and more difficult to go around. In this position, bump your man with your butt and then go after the ball.
Notice they said hands and not hand?
When the ball comes off the player goes to it, jumps as high as he can and grabs the ball with both hands.
Read more: Basketball Rebounding Drills for Kids
Keep your arms spread with your elbows bent so your arms make an "L" shape. Your palms should be up and facing the basket, your fingers spread, and your elbows should be slightly lower than your shoulders.
This position prepares you to protect your body and grab a ball that comes off the rim real quick. It also makes you "bigger" by taking up more space, and it prevents you from getting called for pushing fouls.
When the shot goes up extend your arms fully and grab it at the peak of your jump. If you want the ball, you have to reach up for it. You won't get it if you wait for it to come down to you.
Jerk the ball out of the air with both hands and bring it under your chin with your elbows out like chicken wings. This creates space between you and your opponent, but you're not allowed to swing your elbows.
OK now Fierce, here is the less for today. As I said they don't teach you to push off with one hand for a rebound. You following this yet?
I get it. I don't disagree with what you're saying because that's rebounding fundamentals. But there are times that you can rebound the ball with one hand, right?
Again, why are you shifting the focus on rebounding techniques when the title of the thread is simply asking where was Bass' one handed dunk last night.
So where is it, OneOnOne, where's Bass' one handed dunk?
I'm asking because apparently you're the only one who imagined Bass having a one handed dunk last night.
Again, it may have been a layup, who cares, point was you said he couldn't anything one handed. He did. plain and simple. I might have been wrong, it may have been a layup, I will watch and again and see. The whole point of this Fierce is you comparing Sully to Bass. There is no comparison in the rebounding department.