As basketball becomes more popular around the world, innovative startups are springing up that will help basketball players improve their skills. For example, Ballogy, a basketball technology company, raised $6M in Series A last year and is now developing an assessment and skill development app. The company has its roots in basketball and is expanding its footprint all over the world. College basketball continues to grow, but there are also pro leagues in other countries that produce some of the best young players in the world. The Big3 is one such league that features former NBA players.
The NBA and college basketball are introducing new technology into their games to make them more efficient. These new tools can help players improve their shots, movements, and fitness. For example, the NBA uses a technology called SportVU to track player data in real time. The system records up to 25 frames per second, which allows users to improve their skills and performance.
Keaston Willis led the Tech offense with 17 points. He now has 89 three-pointers on the season. David Green scored 10 points, which gives him an eighth-straight double-digit scoring game. Kenneth Lofton, Jr. led the team with five assists. The senior has now led the team in points, rebounds, and assists in three of its last six games.