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Undercutting vs Boxing Out and Over-the-Back vs Offensive Freedom

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  • Undercutting vs Boxing Out and Over-the-Back vs Offensive Freedom

    I think we all remember this play: With 43 seconds left in the game UNI has a one point lead over West Virginia. WVU has the ball, shoots, misses, and with 17 seconds on the clock WVU guard Emmitt Matthews jump over UNI's Spencer Haldeman and tips in the missed shot. Here's our thread. Here's the play (start at 2:00 in the video).

    Now, Spencer did move back and to his left, which resulted in the undercut foul call. This happened to Spencer at least one other time, I think in MVC play.
    Here, I think, is the lesson: If you're on offense, go ahead and jump over someone's back to get a rebound - but don't catch it! - it's fine only as long and you rebound and shoot in one motion. The immediate shot makes you the offensive player with freedom of movement.
    If that's the way it's called, then it really changes how offensive rebounders should approach the game. Am I wrong?

  • #2
    I hear what you mean, but even if that’s technically correct I think you’re going to have a hard time getting that call consistently if you start teaching players to do it that way.

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    • #3
      In boxing, if you're on offense, please go ahead and jump over someone's back to get a rebound
      https://couponforless.com/coupon-category/boxing
      Last edited by CamNhungDinh; 11-19-2020, 02:40 AM.

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      • #4
        Ya know, I've recently started taking up boxing, that sounds like a questionable strategy at best.

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        • #5
          And so now we have a rematch of this game. I’ve heard that the team has committed to not boxing out to ensure we don’t get flagrant fouls called.

          But seriously, let’s finish what we started, hope we get a fair shake, and get the season off to a great start.

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          • #6
            Good one! Kabullseye!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by UNI Ka-Bullseye View Post
              And so now we have a rematch of this game. I’ve heard that the team has committed to not boxing out to ensure we don’t get flagrant fouls called.
              Unfortunately, even though there was no WVU game, this joke kinda came true. No boxing out. No wins yet either.

              10 offensive rebounds allowed each game so far.

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