How The WNBA Champions Fine-Tuned Their Shots With Analytics

 

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October 23, 2017

How The WNBA Champions Fine-Tuned Their Shots With Analytics

Minnesota Lynx players are quick to credit Noah Basketball with helping them, as earlier this month they went on to win their fourth WNBA Championship. Noah isn’t a new assistant to head coach Cheryl Reeve; it’s an interactive computer system that has refined the team’s shooting accuracy.

Bournemouth leading the way in goalkeeper training and technology

BOURNEMOUTH, England — Jimmy Glass is the Player Liaison Officer at AFC Bournemouth, but only the older members of Eddie Howe’s first-team squad are aware of his biggest claim to fame.

Golden State Warriors Are First In NBA To Use SyncThink Concussion Assessment

The Golden State Warriors are the first NBA team to onboard SyncThink’s EYE-SYNC concussions assessment solution. Developed by Dr. Jamshid Ghajar MD, Ph.D. of Stanford University, EYE-SYNC provides the Warriors an on-court, 60-second objective concussion evaluation. It’s done through a VR headset and uses eye-tracking technology.

‘Transformational Power’ Of Cubs’ World Series Win A Boon For Workers In India

The calls to Kolkata kept coming. Steven Cadavid, the CEO of biomechanics analysis company KinaTrax, would reach out to his data-management partner, iMerit, last October to say that the ongoing project might last only one more week. Then there’d be another week extension. And another.

Sports Artificial Intelligence Gets Support From Intel Capital

As winter fast approaches, skiers and snowboarders are priming their equipment and getting ready to hit slopes across the United States, they’re bringing a sensor, companion app and artificial intelligence along for the ride. Trace, which provides these solutions, may be getting a boost thanks to a sizable investment by Intel Capital, it was announced Thursday.

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