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Lisa Leslie: First-Time Mom One Year, Four-Time Olympian The Next

Four-time Olympian, WNBA star and new mom, Lisa Leslie is arguably the finest female basketball player to ever play the game.

Basketball Injury Statistics For Boys

According to a study of high school basketball players by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA):
Twenty-two percent of all male basketball players sustained at least one time-loss injury each year.

Replacing Athletic Shoes Recommended Even If No Signs of Excessive Wear

Because the mid-sole material of an athletic shoe takes a pounding and eventually loses its ability to provide your child's foot with adequate support or cushioning, experts, such as Dr. Michael Lowe, past President of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine, and long time team podiatrist of the NBA's Utah Jazz, recommend periodic replacement of athletic shoes, even if the bottom sole shows no sign of excessive wear.

Basketball: Equipment Needs Are Minimal

Basketball equipment needs are minimal: sneakers, mouth guard, and ball.

Youth Basketball: Injury Prevention Tips

Each year, more than 1.6 million basketball-related injuries are treated in hospitals, doctors’ offices, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers and hospital emergency rooms. Here are tips to help prevent basketball injuries.

Injuries Patterns In Girls' Basketball

Twenty-three percent of all female basketball players sustained at least one time-loss injury each year...

Basketball Injury Statistics For Boys

Twenty-two percent of all male basketball players sustained at least one time-loss injury each year...

Basketball Injury Prevention

To help your child avoid sports injuries, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, the National SAFE KIDS Campaign, and other sports and health organizations offer the following safety tips...

Basketball Injuries: Most Common, Risks, and Types

Basketball is a popular sport, especially among children and young adults. But the sport carries a risk for injury, whether played in an organized league or with friends on a local park court:

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