1. It is odd but agitation or contest of any kind gives a rebound to my spirits and sets me up for a time.
2. The one thing I do that nobody else does is jump three and four times for one rebound.
3. Four-men aren’t used to picking up guys pushing the ball in transition. Let alone, somebody getting the rebound and just busting.
4. I think I can bring to the NBA versatility. I feel like the league is going toward four men that can pass, dribble, shoot, rebound, defend. I think I can do all that and bring that to the table at the highest level.
5. My thought has always been completion. Maybe you have to rebound better, shoot better, hit free throws, handle the ball, defend better. You have to do all those things in the course of a game.
6. I can rebound, block shots, push the ball – basically, anything you need from a guard. Off the court, I’m humble.
7. I feel I’ve proved I can rebound, block shots, get steals and pass the ball, too.
8. You have to stay locked in. You’re so locked in on guarding your guy you figure when the ball goes up the bigs are going to get it. But the possessions not over until you get the rebound.
9. I just see the ball and I go for it. It’s wanting to make a winning play for the team and get a rebound.
10. The most important lesson to remember is that failure is inevitable, but so is success, so rebound.
11. My very first scrimmage at Kansas, I got dunked on so hard by Tarik Black that I almost quit. Tarik dunked on me so hard that I was looking at plane tickets home. This guy was a senior. He was a grown man. I didn’t know what was going on. He got his own rebound and dunked over me so hard that everything went in slow motion.
12. Consumers going through foreclosure typically will see their credit scores drop, raising longer-term questions about their ability to rebound financially and perhaps pursue a more sustainable home purchase at some later point.
13. My first relationship was from when I was about 15 to 19. My second relationship was kind of like a rebound, but also a really important part of my journey – he was very emotionally manipulative and just wanted me to be an accessory.
14. In tennis, you strike a ball just after the rebound for the fastest return. It’s the same with investment.
15. These are my new shoes. They’re good shoes. They won’t make you rich like me, they won’t make you rebound like me, they definitely won’t make you handsome like me. They’ll only make you have shoes like me. That’s it.
16. While studying the effects of accumulated stress on the nervous system, I began to suspect that most organisms have an innate capacity to rebound from threatening and stressful events.
17. You just don’t want to get pigeon-holed into one position. That’s why even though I start out at center, I may play small forward, if I get a rebound and you’re not there I can bring the ball up.
18. Your 40s are a major trough. About the age of 50, feelings of satisfaction begin to rebound and keep rising into your 50s, 60s and 70s, with health being a major factor.
19. When the ball is up in the air for a rebound you always have to be on your toes to go up for the ball. It’s the same situation in football as a receiver; I’m always trying to get the ball at the highest point like a rebound.
20. In 2007, in the early 2007, everybody saw the housing market was falling, and at any given moment a lot of people thought it was going to fall more, and a lot of people thought it was going to rebound. You just didn’t know.
21. I don’t think that the ECB should compensate for the lack of reforms in some countries… But it is clear that monetary policy can help countries and continents to rebound faster.
22. For the longest time, I was horrified to hear the word ‘failure,’ but I’ve come to realize that we all fail. It’s just a part of life. We all fall. It’s how you rebound that shows the type of person you are.
23. I think our life is a journey, and we make mistakes, and it’s how we learn from those mistakes and rebound from those mistakes that sets us on the path that we’re meant to be on.
24. The ball touched the paint a lot of times. When we talk about touching the paint, the ball touches the key for making a layup or making a play for a teammate. We’ve got to use our length and our speed. Defensively, getting deflections. Give up one shot and rebound.
25. Basketball is a simple game. Your goal is penetration, get the ball close to the basket, and there are three ways to do that. Pass, dribble and offensive rebound.
26. I’m hungrier than those other guys out there. Every rebound is a personal challenge.
27. I think it shows my toughness that guys feel like I can rebound. You put me in there to rebound, and I’m gonna get the job done. Anything the coach needs me to do.
28. The bottom line is, I want us to rebound, defend, share the ball, play hard. That’s all. Now if you can’t do that, if that’s not important enough to you, it’s not on me.
29. I’m able to guard multiple positions, switch and pick and rolls, guard from two to four and be able to help my defence out and rebound the basketball, block shots.
30. When we get bad shots, it’s hard to rebound and it’s also harder to come back in transition defense.
31. I don’t really pay attention to the guy I outwork for the rebound, it’s really just hearing the crowd just be like, ‘Ohhhhh.’ They just get frustrated. That’s a good feeling.
32. If I came in and didn’t rebound, that would look bad on my part. People would be wondering, what was he doing the whole time?
33. The more times you go after it the more times you’ll get the ball. So every chance I get I try to chase down the rebound.
34. I think I always knew that the things that I was born with can definitely translate to the NBA. Energy and being able to run, rebound, those things will always translate.
35. I have a very round mound of rebound thing going on. I was a surprisingly good shooter, too. If I could have any job in sports, though, I’d want to be playing first base for the Yankees.
36. Getting the rebound and going, that’s probably the most fluid part of my game.
37. Beginning in the 11th century, a less-fragmented Europe began to take shape, and what we now call medieval culture – in which literature and learning made a noticeable rebound – spread through much of the territory Rome had once dominated.
38. I got to go to practice one day, shoot around, and rebound for LeBron James. That was still an unreal experience.
39. My breakup with AT&T is final, and I’m done with Skype as the rebound guy.
40. I don’t know what position Scottie was; he was just a basketball player. He could dribble, shoot, pass and rebound. Defensively, he was excellent. He had quick hands and quick feet with a great understanding of the game. He could do it all.
41. The fact that I will be a relentless rebounder and I will go for every rebound. That’s a skill.
42. It used to be every single time you got the rebound, you handed it to the point guard, or you outlet it to the point guard, or everyone cleared, and you waited until the point guard brought the ball up the floor.
43. I want it more. That’s all it really is. Nobody wants to get hit every possession to get a rebound, and I want to.
44. Some guys have to score more off the bench because that’s what their team needs. But some other teams need someone that’s going to assist or rebound. It all depends on what he brings to that team and how much it helps their win-loss record and how much they change their team.
45. Sometimes, it’s the little plays that I make that can change the outcome of the game – whether it’s blocking a shot or blitzing a guard or getting an offensive rebound.
46. I feel like I can run the floor well, rebound and block shots and let the offense come.
47. I was kind of forced to rebound at a young age. I was usually at the back in the press of the 2-3 zone, because my brothers were smaller than me. So I usually got most of the rebounds.
48. I wandered along to the chemistry labs, more or less on the rebound, and asked about becoming a research student. It was the ’60s, a time of university expansion: the doors were open, and a 2:1 was good enough to get me in.
49. You’ve got to try to guard, make an effort to defend to the best of your ability. You have to rebound the ball, which was an area that was so critical. And they wanted you to play smart and have fun. I’ve kind of tried to let our people understand those are the most important things that I could possibly tell them.
50. I’m kind of a rebound junkie. So. when a relationship goes sour, I look at the sweetness in life elsewhere. So, I date a bit. The best catharsis is to write jokes and tell 4,000 people about it.
51. Drums all have their own particulars – each drum has a place where they sound the best – where they ring out and resonate the best, and the head surface isn’t too loose or too tight, mainly so you get a good rebound off of the head.
52. Throughout the Great Recession of 2008, the average 401(k) balance lost anywhere from 25 to 40 percent of value. Nobody was more harmed than baby boomers or recent retirees, who, unlike younger workers, didn’t have the time for the market to rebound or were no longer contributing and therefore unable to invest when stocks were cheap.
53. If they need me to score 30, I can go do it. If they need me to just rebound and defend, I can do that. I can play this game, just in case people forgot. You just carry that chip on your shoulder, and you go out there and do what I was put on this Earth to do.
54. If the team needs to score, I’m going to score. If the team needs me to rebound, I’m going to rebound. Play defense, I play defense.
55. I want to see the economy rebound.
56. But this country is a great country and will always rebound.
57. I think every time I go in a game, I have added something positive. I have gotten a rebound or made a defensive play. That is what I try to focus on.
58. If I’m trying to rebound after a bad hole, I just go back to tempo and process and rhythm, and I cling to my routine.
59. Money comes, and money goes. I just want to win games. I could care less how much money is riding on a rebound.
60. My first marriage was totally unsuitable and shouldn’t have happened. It was a whirlwind, rebound thing. I was 23 or 24 – a baby.