Tue, Oct 12. Not Injury Related. Expected to be out until at least Oct 19. D. Bembry. DeAndre' Bembry. SG. Mon, Oct 11. Mouth. Expected to be out until at least Oct 14.
Basketball Injuries. UR Medicine is a proud participant in the Stop Sports Injury Campaign. To help keep kids in the game for life, STOP (Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention) targets the sports that have the highest rates of overuse and trauma injuries.
Visit ESPN to view National Basketball Association injuries. NAME POS DATE STATUS COMMENT; Cade Cunningham: PG: Oct 20: Out: Cunningham (ankle) likely won't make his debut until after the Pistons ...
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Knee Injuries. Basketball requires extensive stop and go and cutting maneuvers which can put the ligaments and menisci of the knee at risk. Injury to the medial collateral ligament is most common following a blow to the outside of the knee and can be often be treated with ice, bracing and a gradual return to activity.
Make an Appointment for a Basketball Injury. If you have a basketball-related injury, UPMC Sports Medicine's orthopaedic surgeons, athletic trainers, and physical therapists can help. We'll speed up your recovery and restore function so you can get back on the court. Contact UPMC Sports Medicine at 1-855-93-SPORT (77678) to schedule an appointment.
Prevention: Squats and lunges will help you maintain strong and flexible knees for playing basketball. As usual, make sure to stretch before & after a session. Wearing a knee brace is also a good precaution for people with existing knee injuries. 4. Wrist & Hand Injuries.
1 Ankle Sprain. Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports Images. This is the most common injury for basketball players. The lateral ankle sprain is all too common when a player cuts and his ankle rolls over his foot, or when a player rebounds a ball and comes down awkwardly on his ankle.
In basketball, ankle injuries are among the most common injuries sustained and they are also amongst the most severe. 1 – 3 An Australian basketball study 2 determined that over half (53.7%) of the total time missed because of an injury in basketball was through an ankle injury.