Rebound, defensive rebound of unsuccessful field goal attempt, initial defender does not deliberately tap ball to teammate

“An individual rebound is credited each time a player retrieves a live ball or purposely taps a live ball to a teammate immediately following a missed field goal attempt or a missed free throw attempt. No individual rebound is credited in situations where the whistle stops play before there is player possession following a shot attempt. Instead only a team rebound is credited to the team that gains possession following a stop in play. On this play, #14 in the blue uniform, Gary Harris, is credited with the defensive rebound for controlling the ball since his teammate did not deliberately tap the ball to him.”