It's a shooting sleeve, a lot of players wear them.Fun Fact: Ray Allen (Boston Celtics) wears a shooting sleeve on one arm during the regular season and a sleeve on both arms in the playoffs.
You would wear a shooting sleeve on the arm that you shoot the ball with.
Im pretty sure its either a mcdavid arm sleeve or a nike arm sleeve
He wears an armband so that sweat dripping from his shoulder and upper arm doesn't get on his hand and make it slipery.
on your right
The long sleeve is actually a compression sleeve. It gives the arm support and keeps it warm
cuz he wanted his wrist to be in place
He wears it to protect his shooting arm.
Yes for all his NBA games.
Kobe Wears that sleeve to keep his shooting arm warm helps to keep your arms form getting sore are tense.
It's actually a sleeve and it keeps his shooting arm warm.
yes, but it will hurt if it hits the arm
He has a sleeve tattoo on his left arm, but a half sleeve on this right arm
it is called a "sleeve" its to keep sweat off your shooting arm
professional baseball players wear the sleeve to keep their throwing arm warm so it doesn't take as much throws to warm-up their arms.
I'm guessing it's to keep his arm warm
the quarterback wears on sleeve so that while they are on the sidelines their throwing arm and shoulder stays warm to prevent injury
Tattoos can be applied to one's arm in full sleeve or half sleeve applications. The main difference between full sleeve tattoos and half sleeve tattoos is how much tattoo covers the arm.
Yes, an arm sleeve is safe to use while exercising. The important thing is to make sure that the sleeve will not catch on anything, and possible cause injury that way. Always make sure to tie your hair back, and tuck in clothing when working out on exercise machines.
Most players will use that sleeve to keep their arm warm or to hide an injury. Sometimes a sleeve might me really torn and is better off removed. And some players just do it as a fashion statement.
Really doesn't matter which arm you put your shooting sleeve on, although some basketball players like to put it on their right hand if they are right-handed, or thier left if they are left-handed. Try it with both and see.
That is the proper spelling of sleeve (the arm of clothing, or an enclosing cover).
ray wears a shooter sleeve to stop defenders from scratching his arm after Rip Hamilton did so several times in the 2008 Eastern Conference Finals