Rebound rate is a metric that helps gauge a player’s effectiveness of gaining possession of the ball after a missed shot. Rebound rate takes into account both offensive and defensive rebounds, while offensive rebound percentage and defensive rebound percentage only take into account rebound situations on their respective sides of the court.
Rebound Rate is calculated as:
A player has 5 rebounds over 41 minutes, in a game where the team has 39 total rebounds and 240 total player minutes and the opposing team has 37 rebounds.
Therefore, the player’s rebound rate would be 7.70, or 7.70% of total rebounds.
- Wikipedia – Basketball Statistics
- Wikipedia – Rebound (Basketball)
- Sporting Charts – Glossary – Offensive Rebound Percentage
- Basketball Breakthrough – Why every coach should look at rebounding percentage instead of totals
- 82 Games – A study of the value of blocked shots
- B Sports – How important are rebounds?
- Court Vision – Where do rebounds go?
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- Effective Field Goal Percentage (eFG%)
- Field Goal Percentage (FG%)
- Free Throw Percentage (FT%)
- Game Score (GmSc)
- Offensive Rebound Percentage (ORB%)
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- Pythagorean Win Percentage
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