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Articles — Basketball Anatomy

Basketball Anatomy Book Trailer

Optimize performance and minimize injury with "Basketball Anatomy"

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Dr. Brian Cole Talks About Basketball Anatomy on "Sports Medicine Weekly"

In this clip from his weekly radio show on WMVP-AM in Chicago, Dr. Brian Cole talks about the book.

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Why strength may determine who wins this year's NBA title

Although basketball is a game of jumping, acceleration, deceleration, and quickness, strength is usually the determining factor when athletes of similar athleticism and skill level face each other. As Chicago Bulls team physician Dr. Brian Cole explains when describing former Bulls Hall of Fame strength and conditioning coach Al Vermeil’s hierarchy of athletic development, strength is the quality from which all others derive, making it the foundation for athletic performance.

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