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The wrist joint and several bones related to the joint (radius, ulna, carpals, metacarpals) are necessary for dribbling a Basketball, in addition to the elbow joint. Muscles like the deltoid, bicep, and tricep are also utilized in dribbling. The hip, knee, and ankle joints are also key for running. Jumping utilizes the hamstrings, quadriceps, and gluteus Maximus. The trapezius and the deltoid, meanwhile, are the main should muscles used to shoot. Other important shooting muscles include the pectoral muscles, the hand muscles, and quadriceps.

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The leg bones and the arm bones are the most important in playing basketball.

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The penile muscles as players hit the puck around with their genitalia

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