UCLA Bruins’ Shabazz Muhammad Suffers Minor Ankle Sprain
Shabazz Muhammad, a player for the UCLA Bruins, sprained his ankle Wednesday in a win against Arizona State.
Apparently, the ankle sprain is only minor and Muhammad expects to be back on the court for Saturday’s game against the Arizona Wildcats.
Ankle sprains are a common sports injury. The severity of an ankle sprain depends on whether the ligament is stretched, partially torn or completely torn. The number of ligaments involved in the sprain is also a factor in its severity.
Ankle sprains should always be evaluated and treated appropriately. Untreated ankle sprains can lead to chronic ankle instability. Also, the injury may not be a sprain at all. Sometimes it can be difficult to tell a sprain from an ankle fracture without an x-ray.
For more information on ankle sprains, you can watch the video What Is An Ankle Sprain?
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