Basketball

What the Atlanta Hawks and Philips Arena Gain from Reduced Concession Prices

Lower concession prices could help teams like the Atlanta Hawks foster more genuine relationships with their fans.

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How an Agent is Synthesizing Athlete Representation with the Law

For Chris Patrick Jr., being able to successfully blend representation and law has helped him carve out a unique niche as an agent.

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AI-Powered Basketball App To Give Players New Training Assist

The app hopes to leverage the power of AI to deliver an experience that allows players from high school all the way up to the pros to impove their skills.

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How the Minnesota Lynx Are Successfully Combating Sexist Comments on Social Media

Trolls be warned, the Minnesota Lynx don’t mess around.

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Jay Bilas Basketball Skills Camp Gets Boost From Under Armour

The camp has been able to expand its operations thanks to the help of Under Armour.

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Why Gardner-Webb Basketball Needed an Updated Brand

The storied program wanted something that could give them an edge in recruiting.

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NBA Working to Improve Player, Community Mental Health

The conversation around mental health has opened up in recent months with more athletes speaking about the struggles they have faced.

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FRS Sports Network and Its Plans for the Future of Sports Coverage

The company hopes that its new brand and credibility strategy will deliver an outlet that fans will continue to trust.

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The Fans and Social Media Propel NBATV’s The Starters

Thanks to social media, Trey Kerby, Leigh Ellis, Tas Melas and JE Skeets have been able to build one of the most engaging sports shows on TV.

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WNBA Is Back on Twitter for Second Consecutive Year

Viewership on Twitter was higher than traditional linear broadcasts.

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