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Apparently the cameras utilized by your friendly local cable outlet, or in-house scoreboard crew, are not enough. The NBA has decided to foot the bill to install STATS LLC’s SportVU camera setups in each of the NBA’s 29 arenas. Fifteen of the league’s 30 teams already utilize the technology, but in a move to even the field and shore up the league’s scouting, the NBA itself has moved forward to install the technology in time for the 2013-14 season.

Grantland’s Zach Lowe, who wrote the breakthrough introductory column on SportVU earlier this year, broke the news on Friday:


Exactly half the league's teams used the STATS LLC SportVU cameras last season after a trend-setting half-dozen had them installed for the 2011-12 season — or even earlier. The cameras record every movement on the court — of players, officials, and the ball — several times per second, so that subscribing teams have been able to track the positioning of players in new ways.
Apparently the cameras utilized by your friendly local cable outlet, or in-house scoreboard crew, are not enough. The NBA has decided to foot the bill to install STATS LLC’s SportVU camera setups in each of the NBA’s 29 arenas. Fifteen of the league’s 30 teams already utilize the technology, but in a move to even the field and shore up the league’s scouting, the NBA itself has moved forward to install the technology in time for the 2013-14 season.

Grantland’s Zach Lowe, who wrote the breakthrough introductory column on SportVU earlier this year, broke the news on Friday:


Exactly half the league's teams used the STATS LLC SportVU cameras last season after a trend-setting half-dozen had them installed for the 2011-12 season — or even earlier. The cameras record every movement on the court — of players, officials, and the ball — several times per second, so that subscribing teams have been able to track the positioning of players in new ways.
Apparently the cameras utilized by your friendly local cable outlet, or in-house scoreboard crew, are not enough. The NBA has decided to foot the bill to install STATS LLC’s SportVU camera setups in each of the NBA’s 29 arenas. Fifteen of the league’s 30 teams already utilize the technology, but in a move to even the field and shore up the league’s scouting, the NBA itself has moved forward to install the technology in time for the 2013-14 season.

Grantland’s Zach Lowe, who wrote the breakthrough introductory column on SportVU earlier this year, broke the news on Friday:


Exactly half the league's teams used the STATS LLC SportVU cameras last season after a trend-setting half-dozen had them installed for the 2011-12 season — or even earlier. The cameras record every movement on the court — of players, officials, and the ball — several times per second, so that subscribing teams have been able to track the positioning of players in new ways.
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Apparently the cameras utilized by your friendly local cable outlet, or in-house scoreboard crew, are not enough. The NBA has decided to foot the bill to install STATS LLC’s SportVU camera setups in each of the NBA’s 29 arenas. Fifteen of the league’s 30 teams already utilize the technology, but in a move to even the field and shore up the league’s scouting, the NBA itself has moved forward to install the technology in time for the 2013-14 season.

Grantland’s Zach Lowe, who wrote the breakthrough introductory column on SportVU earlier this year, broke the news on Friday:


Exactly half the league's teams used the STATS LLC SportVU cameras last season after a trend-setting half-dozen had them installed for the 2011-12 season — or even earlier. The cameras record every movement on the court — of players, officials, and the ball — several times per second, so that subscribing teams have been able to track the positioning of players in new ways.
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