March Madness: 5 Games That Could Be Decided by Rebounding
Rebounding has always been and will always be a key aspect of basketball.
When you clean the glass, you reduce your opponent's chances for easy putbacks and second possessions, and you can extend possessions for your own sake.
In a one-game sample size, a few bounces of the ball can lead to a big upset, but are there any upsets ripe for the making based on a team's rebounding potential and their opponent's propensity to allow rebounds?
Let's break down some of the most intriguing Round of 64 games with some interesting rebound splits.
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