Tag: Basketball

Leveraging Your Billboard with Basketball

It's March, and you know what that means: basketball! Want to capitalize on the tournament with your digital billboard? Read on.

Mad For March Basketball

Fan fever. The Madness. When March hits, will your displays be ready to capitalize on the tournament?

How to test out your NCAA Basketball Interface

Are you ready for the next first tip off? Prepare for your season with confidence by checking your NCAA basketball stats interfaces.

3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Basketball Season Tips Off

Preparing for basketball season? Here are 3 things to consider to ensure your display system is ready!

University of Georgia Brings Broadcast Feel to In-Stadium Experience

This past spring, the University of Georgia upgraded their display and control system prior to the G-Day Spring Game and is fully debuting the system this fall for the 2018 football season.

Feed the Madness

Learn how live feeds are a great way to capitalize on the madness and excitement of March basketball!

Add Style to Your Basketball Data With Media RTD

Many teams use media RTD to display team logos and player graphics. What else can you do with it?

2017 Men’s NIT Experimental Rules Changes

As you may know, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved experimental for the 2017 Men's NIT postseason tournament. The rules include: Resetting team fouls to zero at the end of 10-minute segments of each half. Resetting the shot clock to 20 seconds instead of 30 seconds at times when the ball is inbounded ...

College basketball scores around-the-clock

College basketball will have a big start to the season with a 24-hour marathon of games starting on Monday, November 14.  If your team has a matchup during this special event, you may want to be aware of how your out-of-town scores will display over the night.      Typically, the STATS provider for Sports ...

Make professional looking basketball data content with the Content Studio’s alignment tool

In basketball, many fans are interested in player foul point information for the individuals playing on the court. When making presentations to display columns of data, it is important to make sure everything is aligned and easy to read. Here is a tip for making professional looking data presentations that your basketball fans will enjoy. ...