outrebound

outrebound

(ˌaʊtˈriːbaʊnd)
vb (tr)
(Basketball) basketball to exceed in rebounding
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We have to come out there and outrebound them and solidify our home court."
"We outrebounded them by two and we needed to outrebound them by a lot more than that.
Clintons effort on the glass helped North Chicago outrebound Grayslake Central 32-27.
'It was a good effort for the team and we all know that Raffy won't be able to play and it was important for our bigs to step up,' said Arespacochaga who saw his team outrebound UST 50-41.
Guangzhou managed to outmuscle Seoul underneath the basket scoring 10 more points in the paint, 36-26, and outrebound the Samsung Thunders 14-9 in the offensive glass.
The Ducks are 23-4 when they outrebound opponents, and Altman reminded reporters that Oregon had the highest rebounding margin in the Pac-12, with an average of about six more than its opponents.
Although Ginebra managed to outrebound the Dyip by a wide margin, 65-45, the gin Kings turned the ball over 24 times allowing Colmbian to score 23 points off of those miscues.
The Aces managed to outrebound the Bolts 8-4 in the offensive glass while also coming away with more steals, 6-2.
Mercedes Alexander added eight points and 16 rebounds to help Lane outrebound the Rangers 69-43.
Jaylen Brown had 19 points to lead the Americans, who outrebounded Canada 55-37.
Despite the victory, Letran coach Bonnie Tan was far from satisfied with his team's performance, especially with the Knights getting outrebounded, 45-39.
And more impressively, despite the presence of Larry Muyang and Jeo Ambohot, the Knights were outrebounded, 46-39, including 18-8 on the offensive boards.