Defensive Rebound Percentage (DRB %) counts a player’s amount of defensive rebounds in comparison to the total number of defensive rebounds available while they were in active play.
In other words, the statistic looks at how many times a player or whole team grabs a rebound in the opposing team’s zone in comparison to how many times a player or whole team had the opportunity to avail the rebound.
What is a Defensive Rebound Percentage Calculator in Basketball?
Defensive rebounds (DRB) are significant to a team’s defensive plan as they lessen the number of opportunities that the other team has to score on a second or third scoring attempt in a play. It is evaluated by dividing the total number of defensive rebounds generated by the player or team by the total number of rebounds available. Then, just multiply the accumulated result by 100 to get it in a percentage.
Purpose of Defensive Rebound Percentage Calculator in Basketball:
- To compare a team’s number of defensive rebounds to the total number of defensive rebounds existing in a game.