Los Angeles Lakers’ superstar LeBron James turned his left ankle vs the New Orleans Pelicans and even though he was able to play on – which almost assuredly rules out a fracture – was clearly limited in the 2nd half – missing his normal burst on both ends of the floor. Following the game, LeBron […]
Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry injured his left foot vs the Boston Celtics on this play. On initial review, it didn’t look too bad because the foot wasn’t fully planted and Celtics wing Marcus Smart’s body glanced off the side of Steph’s foot rather than directly into it which may have caused significant axial
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Lebron James has been dealing with knee sorenesswhich he originally missed about 10 days for and we recently had new comments from him and head coach Frank Vogel. Lebron commented that he essentially still has knee soreness the day after games and coach Vogel has said that Lebron truly still is
Dr. Raj, DPT explains the science behind meditation and athletic performance Los Angeles superstar Lebron James credits a key part of his overall success and sustained longevity to the work he puts in on his mental fitness and health. A big part of that – which he’s mentioned multiple times is the use of meditation.
Dr. Raj, DPT breaks it down from a sports science perspective Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is inarguably the greatest shooter of all time and he’s famously now doing this no look shot where he turns his backwhile the ball’s in the air knowing full well that the ball will be going in. So
Dr. Raj, DPT details the Lakers’ big’s foot injury including why it’s surprising, two likely scenarios, the physio and return to play process AND some good news Hey it’s Raj from 3CB. Lakers big Anthony Davis suffered a rough looking injury vs the Utah Jazz which was originally labeled as an ankle sprain but officially