Equally known for his basketball goggles as for his basketball skills, Horace Grant will be remebered as one of the better Power Forwards in NBA history. Grant, also known as the “General”, won 4 NBA titles, three of them with the Chicago Bulls in the early 90-ties.
In previous articles we talked about the importance of wearing protective goggles in most contact sports, especially basketball, where eye injuries occur more frequently. We also pointed out that ordinary glasses can’t protect you from eye injuries – they can brake easily and some pieces of glass can cause severe eye damage.
There are quite a few various products on the market for players to improve and understand the game of basketball. One of them is designed to improve players’ dribbling, forcing them not to watch the ball while they’re doing it. Heads Up Dribble Aid Goggles are a tool focused on correcting many old players’ wrong habits and implementing the better ones.
Since his high school days in New York, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (previously known as Lew Alcindor) was one of the most dominant players of all-time. The talented 7’2’’ center continued his stellar career while playing for legendary coach John Wooden at UCLA.
The following article should be helpful to parents who want to protect their children from unnecessary injuries on the sports field. We’ll talk about protective goggles which can prevent the vast majority of eye injuries in riskiest sports, primarily basketball, football and baseball.
If you have ever wondered what kind of glasses Amare Stoudemire wears, we have an answer for you – Oakley M Frame Sunglasses. And best of all, you can wear them everywhere you go, not only for sports protection.