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A MOUTHFUL OF FEARLESS is…YOU, locked and fully committed to the next two seconds, the next one-v-one battle and your next chance at great. A Shock Doctor mouthguard in your face is the smart, hardcore way to be confident and stay fearless. It’s just ounces of high tech that puts your head in a performance-first place and your mouthful of pearls in protective custody. Open up and say, “Shock Doctor me.”

3 out of 10 kids are getting

busted in the chops*

Nearly one third of all high

school basketball injuries are to the

face and/or head*

NBA Partnership

Our partnerships with the NBA, WNBA, NBA D-League, Jr. NBA and USA Basketball greatly amplify the call for mouthguard use on every basketball court. These official designations enable Shock Doctor to amp up mouthguard education and awareness to reach every passionate player at every possible level.

Shock Doctor Ambassadors

Kevin Love

6'10" / 251 lbs. / September 7, 1988

Love is a three-time NBA All-Star, who has averaged 18.3 points per game and 11.5 rebounds per game over his 8-year NBA career. Last season he helped lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to the franchise’s first NBA Championship. Love holds the record for the most consecutive games (53) with double-digit points and rebounds since the NBA-ABA merger.

“I have always been in love with wearing a mouthguard when I am on the court. The game has become much more aggressive and a lot of basketball injuries happen above the neck. I believe in safety first and the Shock Doctor mouthguard gives me confidence to be able to go out there and know I’m protected without sacrificing anything in terms of comfort.”

Harrison Barnes

6'10" / 225 lbs. / May 30, 1992

Barnes was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 2012 and was named to the NBA All-Rookie team his first year. Barnes started all six games of the 2015 NBA Finals, where his shooting, rebounding and defense helped the Warriors win, breaking a 40-year title drought for Golden State. Barnes is averaging a career-high 11.5 points per game this season for the league-leading Warriors. Barnes recently signed with the Dallas Mavericks for the 2016/2017 season.

“The game is definitely more athletic and physical with guys playing above the rim. I feel a lot more confident going up against those guys when I am protected with my Shock Doctor mouthguard. It allows to feel like I can do what I need to on the floor without risking injury to my head or mouth.”

Demarcus Cousins

6'11" / 270 lbs. / August 13,1990

Cousins entered the NBA in 2010 when he was selected fifth overall pick by the Sacramento Kings. That year he was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team. He hasn’t slowed down, making two NBA All-Star teams and averaging more than 20 points and nearly 11 rebound per game with his passionate, expressive play.. In the summer of 2016 he won a gold medal as a member of the USA Basketball Men’s Senior National Team

"Shock Doctor gives me the edge I need to stay fearless on the court”

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*High School RIO; National High School Sports-Related Injury Surveillance Study, 2013/14; R. Dawn Comstock, PhD