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    Lior Laver, Baris Kocaoglu, Brian Cole, Amelia J. H. Arundale, Jeffrey Bytomski, Annunziato Amendola, editors.
    Summary: This book is designed as a comprehensive educational resource not only for basketball medical caregivers and scientists but for all basketball personnel. Written by a multidisciplinary team of leading experts in their fields, it provides information and guidance on injury prevention, injury management, and rehabilitation for physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers, rehabilitation specialists, conditioning trainers, and coaches. All commonly encountered injuries and a variety of situations and scenarios specific to basketball are covered with the aid of more than 200 color photos and illustrations. Basketball Sports Medicine and Science is published in collaboration with ESSKA and will represent a superb, comprehensive educational resource. It is further hoped that the book will serve as a link between the different disciplines and modalities involved in basketball care, creating a common language and improving communication within the team staff and environment.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Foreword by Coach Mike Krzyzewski
    Foreword from the ESSKA Leadership
    After Handball and Football, ESSKA's Third Sport-Specific Book-On Basketball Medicine and Science!
    Preface
    A Word from the Editors/Acknowledgments
    Basketball Sports Medicine and Science
    Introduction
    Contents
    Part I: Basic and Applied Sciences
    1: Physical and Anthropometric Characteristics of Basketball Players
    1.1 Introduction
    1.2 Physical Attributes of the Basketball Player
    1.2.1 Aerobic Capacity
    1.2.2 Anaerobic Power
    1.2.3 Strength
    1.2.4 Speed and Agility 1.2.5 Anthropometric Measures
    References
    2: Activity and Physiological Demands During Basketball Game Play
    2.1 Activity Demands
    2.1.1 Distance Covered
    2.1.2 Activity Frequency
    2.1.3 Activity Duration
    2.2 Physiological Demands
    2.2.1 Blood Lactate Concentration
    2.2.2 Heart Rate
    References
    3: Endocrine Aspects in Performance and Recovery in Basketball
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 The Anabolic-Catabolic Systemic-Local Training Model
    3.2.1 Effect of Single Exercise
    3.2.2 Effect of Interval Training
    3.2.3 Endocrine Aspects in Recovery 3.2.4 Effect of Prolonged Training
    3.2.5 Effect of Basketball Match
    3.2.6 Effect on Performance
    3.3 Summary
    References
    4: Biomechanics of Lower Extremity Movements and Injury in Basketball
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Movement Demands
    4.2.1 Total Distance
    4.2.2 Straight-Line Running
    4.2.3 Non-sagittal Plane Movements
    4.2.4 Vertical Demands
    4.3 Lower Extremity Biomechanics During Basketball Movements
    4.3.1 Jumping and Landing
    4.3.2 Running, Cutting, and Lateral Movements
    4.4 Biomechanical Considerations of Lower Extremity Injuries 4.4.1 Foot and Ankle
    4.4.1.1 Ankle Sprain
    4.4.1.2 Bony Foot Injury
    4.4.2 Knee
    4.4.2.1 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
    4.4.2.2 Tendinopathy of the Knee Extensor Mechanism
    4.5 General Considerations for Rehabilitation and Return to Play
    References
    5: Biomechanics of Upper Extremity Movements and Injury in Basketball
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Movement Demands
    5.3 Upper Extremity Biomechanics During Basketball Movements
    5.3.1 Shooting
    5.3.2 Dribbling
    5.4 Biomechanical Considerations of Upper Extremity Injuries in Basketball
    5.4.1 Finger Fracture 5.4.2 Thumb Sprain
    5.4.3 Wrist Sprain
    5.4.4 Shoulder Injury
    5.4.5 Considerations for Upper Extremity Injury Prevention
    5.5 Considerations for Rehabilitation and Return to Performance
    5.5.1 Finger Fracture
    5.5.2 Thumb Sprain
    5.5.3 Wrist Sprain
    5.5.4 Shoulder Injury
    References
    6: Nutrition and Hydration in Basketball Athletes
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Physiological Demands
    6.3 Energy Requirements in Basketball
    6.4 Macronutrient Status in Basketball
    6.4.1 Carbohydrate Requirements
    6.4.2 Protein Requirements
    6.4.3 Fat Requirements 6.5 Micronutrient Intake in Basketball.
    Digital Access Springer 2020