NS Golden State Warriors The former practice facility in downtown Auckland has been completely converted into a youth basketball headquarters.
Through Shoot 360 technology, basketball players of all ages can learn how to improve on the fly with real-time live shot charts that analyze everything from shot arcs, depths, and left-right differences. There is also an interactive video board with dribble and pass drills to improve every aspect of the player’s game.
Jeff Adiego, Senior Youth Basketball Director at the Warriors, said:
Two-time NBA champion and former Golden State Warriors Center Zaza Pachulia will invest in Shoot 360, purchase rights to the European market and introduce Shoot 360 technology to its hometown Georgia facility.
“The cool thing about this is that everything (numbers and statistics) is right in front of you,” Pachulia said. “I get constant feedback on each shot and get the big picture in one training session. That’s why I love this technology. It helps.”
The Warriors Basketball Academy is one of 18 members of the Junior NBA Flagship Network, which focuses on best-in-class youth basketball organizations that share the Junior NBA’s vision of teaching games.
Since its founding in the summer of 2000, the Warriors Basketball Camp has welcomed more than 60,000 youth players from across the United States through hundreds of sessions in 28 cities in the Bay Area, in addition to the Hawaiian camp.
“It’s like a basketball fantasy factory,” said Jose Rivera, director of the Warriors Youth Basketball. “Especially for those who have a desire to play from youth players to college players, it’s certainly a place where you can come and get better and use technology to your advantage.
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