The science and technology of basketball
"The NBA saw optical tracking systems as a way to help teams raise the quality play and make the game more entertaining. The high-tech equipment can tell a coach things like which player is fastest, who dribbles the most compared to how many shots they take, who scores the most points per touch of the basketball, and where to find the best channels for attack. The professionals are not the only ones using technology to improve their play. College and high school basketball teams are also taking advantage of embedded sensors and other practice aids to improve their players' biomechanics, shooting, passing, and rebounding skills, and team play. Technology is revolutionizing basketball at all competitive levels"--
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