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Role of shoe design in ankle sprain in basketball

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jun 5, 2008.

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    The role of shoe design in ankle sprain rates among collegiate basketball players.
    Curtis CK, Laudner KG, McLoda TA, McCaw ST.
    J Athl Train. 2008 May-Jun;43(3):230-3.
     
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    Back in university days I remember a study that stated that high cut b'ball shoes did not reduce the risk of inversion injuries. But there seemed to be a correlation b/n exposed cushioning systems ( air pockets, eg nike air) and inversion injuries.....Is this correct?, or was i asleep and dreamed it?
     
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    Ankle injuries in basketball: injury rate and risk factors.
    McKay, G D; Goldie, P A; Payne, W R; Oakes, B W:
    British Journal of Sports Medicine. 35(2):103-108, April 2001.
     
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    Collar height and heel counter-stiffness for ankle stability and athletic performance in basketball.
    Liu H et al
    Res Sports Med. 2017 Jan 25:1-10. doi: 10.1080/15438627.2017.1282352
     
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    Effect of shoe wearing time and midsole hardness on ground reaction forces, ankle stability and perceived comfort in basketball landing
    Wing-Kai Lam, Hui Liu, Guo-Qing Wu, Zuo-Liang Liu & Wei Sun
    Journal of Sports Sciences Volume 37, 2019: 21 Jun 2019
     
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