Pictures at a Basketball Revolution


October 19, 2018

Pictures at a Basketball Revolution

The Clippers and Second Spectrum just introduced Clippers CourtVision, a product that could revolutionize the way we watch and talk about the NBA. But what happens when every basketball question has an answer and all the magic tricks can be explained? Is it possible to know too much about the game we love?

Anil Kumble’s Power Bat Sensor Brings Batting Data to Cricket

SportTechie’s new series features the views and opinions of the athletes who use and are powered by technology. As part of this series, SportTechie chatted to ICC Hall of Fame Indian cricketer Anil Kumble at the Hotstar CricFest event on Oct.

The Ice Hockey Research Group Braves the Ice with Vicon to Study the Effects of Hockey – Sports Wearable

For Canadians, hockey is more than a pastime – it’s a way of life. From a young age many Canadians learn to skate. It can become as natural as walking to some, but the reality is that skating – and especially hockey – can take their toll on the human body.

Latest research in football – week 32 – 2018

1 Age-Matched Z-Scores for Longitudinal Monitoring of Center of Pressure Speed in Single-Leg Stance Performance in Elite Male Youth Soccer Players Reference: J Strength Cond Res. 2018 Jul 26. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000002765. [Epub ahead of print] Authors: Huurnink A, Fransz DP, de Boode VA, Kingma I, van Dieën JH Summary: Coordination of corrective motor actions is considered important for soccer performance and injury prevention.

Hoopit Basketball App Lets Users Predict In-Game Shooting Results

Tel-Aviv-based software design company Vivala Technologies announced the official launch of Hoopit, a mobile game in which users can make real-time predictions for NBA and NCAA games. Users who download the free app can make predictions such as selecting the team that scores next or choosing the player who scores next, and determine the spot on the floor where the next shot will be taken from.

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