Possibility 1: They're tiny tables or heaps. Small tables you don't need to worry about, heaps need a different command to rebuild (and besides, fragmentation means a different thing for heaps as opposed to indexes)
Possibility 2: You have a manual or automatic shrink running after the index rebuild.
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