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All-Star Weekend Hackathon Chicago Style

All-Star Weekend Hackathon Chicago Style

NBA All-Star 2020 in Chicago was one for the ages, with the skills competition, three-point competition, dunk contest, and even the All-Star Game all coming down to the final seconds. Chicago’s frigid temperatures did not keep the best basketball players away from the United Center and didn’t keep aspiring and passionate engineers away from FastModel

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FastScout Web: The Future Of Scouting Is Here

Now available for NCAA DII and DIII levels, FastScout Web has all new features to prepare your team for victory. The future of scouting is here, and it’s called FastScout Web. After a successful introduction to our NBA and DI clients for the 2018-19 season, the product is now ready for DII and DIII coaches for the ’19-20 season. New

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The Basketball Tournament Tip-Off x FastModel Finish

See how a Michigan AAU tournament used the Elam Ending, similar to what The Basketball Tournament does, for better late game situations. Today is tip-off of the The Basketball Tournament, which in its sixth year has become another great summer viewing option for basketball fans (You can catch all games airing live on ESPN networks). One

Las Vegas Aces XsOs: Part 3 – Pinch Post Actions

An inside look at the XsOs of one of the WNBA’s most exciting teams, the Las Vegas Aces, to kick off the season which begins on May 24. Full Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 4 The meat and potatoes of the Las Vegas Aces offensive attack lies in its Pinch Post Series. With the

Las Vegas Aces XsOs: Part 2 – Baseline Double Cross

An inside look at the XsOs of one of the WNBA’s most exciting teams, the Las Vegas Aces, to kick off the season which begins on May 24. Full Series: Part 1 | Part 3 | Part 4 The Las Vegas Aces run two base offenses that have numerous options to get great looks at

Crash the Glass: Making a Case for Offensive Rebounding

There is no doubt that offensive rebounding can aid your overall efficiency as an offense. It creates extra opportunities for an offense and can produce high quality looks versus a scrambling defense. For teams that do not shoot the ball particularly well it would seem that offensive rebounding should take on an even more important role. They would seem to need those extra opportunities in order to maintain the kind of offensive efficiency that is necessary to win games.

Unrivaled Off-Season: Best Basketball Coaching App to Build Your Program Once the Final Buzzer Sounds

FastModel Sports breaks down how top coaches are using a basketball coaching app like MaxOne to win the off-season. The clock hits zero, the final buzzer sounds, and just like that, you find yourself addressing your team one last time. Perhaps your season ended in the best way possible, a championship, a buzzer beater, a

NCAA Tournament: Viewing Guide by Style of Play

No matter what type of basketball you prefer to watch, the NCAA Tournament has it. Here’s who to watch based on style of play. The beauty of the NCAA Tournament is that it has something to offer for everyone. Upsets, check. Blue-bloods, check. Great defense, check. Creative plays, check. Whatever you are looking for, the tournament

FastDraw: It’s Like Spotify for Basketball Coaches!

See how FastDraw, the #1 play diagramming program, shares similarities to the popular music streaming service Spotify, such as creating custom playbooks and playlists. I’ll admit it – I’m a huge nerd when it comes to two things: basketball and music. Technology is a close third, and it’s actually the bridge that connects those top two together for me.

Getting To 1.0

Getting to 1.0 points per possession (PPP) places your offense in the upper echelon of the competitive landscape. In the 2017-2018 NCAA basketball season 25 out of the 353 Men’s Division I basketball teams operated at 1.0 points per possession (PPP) or higher. That is roughly seven percent of all teams. (per Synergy Sports) On the

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