Toronto Maple Leaf partners with SAS Analytics




August 8, 2017

Toronto Maple Leaf partners with SAS Analytics – Predictive Analytics Today

Toronto Maple Leaf partners with SAS Analytics : The Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club and SAS, announced a partnership that will see the Club use SAS analytics to help analyze aspects of the team’s performance. This analytics initiative includes applying a data-driven approach to everything from player performance to on-ice strategy.

How VR Free Throw Reps Helped Washington Wizards’ Ian Mahinmi

Virtual reality technology company STRIVR seems to have helped $64 million man Ian Mahinmi and his free throw woes last season. Though his overall percentage fell from 58.7 percent in the 2015-16 season to 57.3 percent in his injury-riddled 2016-17 season, Mahinmi’s free throw percentage was more than 30 points higher during the weeks he used the program, according to STRIVR data scientist Joe Willage in a report released last month.

Maryland Football Tracking Rest With Under Armour Sleep Aids

CHICAGO – When Maryland football opens its season on Sept. 2 at Texas, the Terrapins will be well rested. That’s because, according to head coach DJ Durkin, the team has started using Under Armour sleep aids.

Traditionally ‘English’ sports could be changed by new ‘smart technology’ | Tennis | The Sport Review

Although there would be no British triumph at the 2017 edition of Wimbledon, the event itself could be seen as a pioneering one many years from now. The us

Rapsodo Debuts At MLB-Sanctioned Scouting Showcases

The elite high school prospects participating in the inaugural Prospect Development Pipeline series of showcases and tournaments – a collaboration of USA Baseball and Major League Baseball – will have access to advanced tracking metrics thanks to a new partnership with Rapsodo.

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