: The objective of this research was to investigate the body posture in basketball players to compare the differences of three positions of the single-handed shoot, which include squatting, taking off and shooting, to state how spine changes in basketball movement.;:12 young male basketball players who aged 21–23 years old were recruited in this research, the angle of thoracic kyphotic, lumbar lordosis angle and torso inclination angle while symmetry of the shoulders and pelvic lateral inclination were evaluated with the DIERS for matric 3D device,the data collection was carried out during the movement of single-handed shoot. The statistical analysis was measured by SPSS 20.0 and one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA of repeated measures was used to analyze differences in three positions.;:... in the squatting position hasa significantly greater value of TK than taking off and shooting position, the position of squatting has presented dramatically differences values of LL when compare with taking off and shooting position, the position of shooting has a largest torso inclination angle than squatting and takingoff, while had a smallest angle in squatting. It was also indicated that the shoulder of left-side was always lowered than right-side.;: it has been noted that more frequently practice basketball may contribute to an asymmetrical postural of people’s body, have a negativeinfluence on the spine’s placement in a basketball player. One the basis of this result, the postural training should be included in the training to prevent deformation of body posture.