Episode 169: What are the common injuries in youth basketball?

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What are the common injuries in youth basketball?

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2 Responses to Episode 169: What are the common injuries in youth basketball?

  1. Enjoy your information. My 16 year old daughter just returned to basketball after a horrible ACL injury. I enjoy your perspective on this increasing injury with women’s high school sports .

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