Study of Elite NBA Players Re-Affirms Positive Impact of Playing Multiple Youth Sports

A study by UCSF Benioff’s Children’s Hospitals sports medicine researchers finds that among elite NBA athletes, those who participated in multiple sports in high school had fewer injuries and longer careers, on average, than players who played only basketball in their adolescence.

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