Braces for Basketball

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Take the precautionary step to prevent basketball injuries by supporting commonly injured body parts with a brace or sleeve. The most common basketball injuries include ankle sprains, jumper’s knee (overuse), ACL tears, and sprained wrists or jammed thumbs. Select the body part you want to protect below to see the best supports recommended for basketball players. Need assistance? Check out our athletes guide to buying a brace for basketball or use our Brace Advisor.

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  • DonJoy

    Spider Elbow Pad

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    High impact resistant foam compared to conventional elbow pads Read More
  • DonJoy Performance

    Knit Elbow Sleeve

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    A compression sleeve for daily activities to help reduce pain and swelling. Read More

    DonJoy Performance

    Bionic™ Elbow Brace II

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    Dual-hinged elbow brace with adjustable straps that provide medial/lateral protection. Read More
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    DonJoy Performance

    Trizone Elbow Support - Orange

    Regular Price: $74.95

    Special Price $19.99

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    Great for sore elbows caused by overuse injuries. Read More
  • DonJoy Performance

    Defender Elbow Pads (1 Pair)

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    Designed to absorb impact and protect from bruises or other common impact injuries. Read More

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Protect Your Body During Basketball

Basketball is rough on the body. The amount of high-intensity running, pivoting, jumping, landing, and lateral movements put a lot of pressure and impact on the joints. One of the most common injuries from playing basketball is an ankle sprain. This frequently happens from landing wrong when going up for a rebound or shot or with a quick pivots and change of direction. Common knee injuries include hyperextended knee or a torn ACL which can happen from quick cuts or if your leg gets caught and you fall in the opposite direction. Sprained thumbs can occur when a ball comes too fast and is caught incorrectly. Shoulders and wrists may also get injured from landing from a fall. Once injured, you could be sidelined for many weeks to months depending on the severity of the injury. The best thing to do is consciously take actions to prevent injuries by providing extra support to the commonly injured body parts with a brace or sleeve. Visit our basketball injury guide to learn more about how you can protect yourself, prevention and training tips to help strengthen your body, how to buy a brace, and how to recovery if you've been injured while playing basketball. Stay on the court and bring your A game!

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Best Sellers

   Best Knee Brace: DonJoy Playmaker
   Best Ankle Brace: DonJoy Velocity

Top Basketball Injuries

   Ankle Sprain
   Ankle Instability
   ACL Tear
   Jumper’s Knee
   Hyperextended Knee

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