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How Can Coaches Use Recorded Practices or Game Videos to Track Basketball Analytics?

Recording basketball practices and games is an integral part of the job for any coach. The video provides a unique perspective, not only for the men and women in charge of the team, but for players and athletic trainers, too. 

But that’s only part of the reason video is changing the way the game is played now more than ever. 

Video is now being used to create data and a basketball shot tracking app for coaches and athletic trainers provides insights into practice and game strategies.

That’s because the video can now be uploaded to an app and analyzed by in-house AI algorithms that use state-of-the-art tracking. The technology provides a lot of in-depth information to coaches and athletic trainers. It will allow you to see your players in a new light and help you to understand what happens on the court and win more games.

We’re preparing to present COMPETE Vision, our newest software for basketball analytics, to the world. This software will enhance your game and practice films by adding shot load and shot statistics. Click the button below to watch the video.


Benefits of Basketball Video Cameras

a basketball video camera and basketball shot tracking app is used to provide coaches with data on each player.

The basketball analytics that you can pull from video of a practice or game can provide many benefits, including: 

  1. Detailed statistics
  2. In-depth player data
  3. Player development and training opportunities
  4. Injury analysis and prevention 
  5. Game planning

Let’s take a closer look at each. 

Analytics From Detailed Statistics

Basketball shots are now being tracked and used to generate player data and other basketball analytics.

The video you get of a basketball practice or game can provide you with the power to get detailed statistical data. By tracking player movements, the analytics you can get from the data provide accurate shot load and shot statistics such as shooting percentage, and player efficiency.

This data provides valuable insights for coaches and players. It helps them evaluate performances and make strategic decisions. 

Basketball Analytics Without a Camera

How To Improve Shooting in Basketball

basketball shots and analytics can be compiled by using video with an integrated software.

Thanks to practice and game video, player analysis has reached new heights. By tracking player movements throughout the session, you can use the data to assess individual performances. There are many metrics to analyze, including: 

  • Number of shots
  • Shot origin
  • Shot map
  • Shot history

Now, coaches can see where on the floor a player has the best chance to make a shot, or what area of the floor (and distance) they need to work on. You can also enhance your knowledge with performance statistics like: 

  • Distance covered
  • Number of sprints
  • Maximum speed
  • Session intensity

There are also advanced statistics that the video from your video camera can provide like player efficiency ranking. 

This data-driven approach helps in identifying strengths, weaknesses, and areas of improvement. Understanding load management helps in minimizing risks and optimizing training regimens to prevent future injuries.

Player Development and Training

player development and training is one of the things video from a basketball tracking camera can help coaches with.

Using video from a basketball cameras also have a significant impact on player development and training. By capturing every move on the court, players are able to identify areas for improvement. 

Coaches can use the the information they get from the video to provide personalized feedback and tailor training sessions to address specific weaknesses. Some schools have already accelerated player development with basketball analytics, using them to improve skills and the team’s overall performance.

Easy To Understand Dashboards

Basketball analytics can be compiled by using video from camera for basketball with an integrated software that puts the information in easy-to-read dashboards..

Basketball shot tracking apps also come with an easy-to-read dashboard. The will not only help you to understand how your players perform during games, and help you to adapt this to practice to perfectly prepare players for the next game, but it will also save you valuable time. 

You’ll get:

  • Automated statistics
  • Easy-to-read reports
  • Cut the risk of tracking errors

The work is being done for you, so you can focus on other things, and know that every time you step on the floor, you have the power of analytics at your fingertips.

Basketball Shot Tracking With Video

A coach looks at the data that was captured by a Labpano basketball video camera to record video that will be analyzed after practice.

With the proper footage, a coach can capture and analyze games from multiple perspectives. This wealth of information enables coaches to make data-driven decisions, strategize effectively, and enhance overall team performance through player development. 

And it starts by integrating your game and practice the video with software that provides even more basketball analytics. 

KINEXON is proud to offer COMPETE Vision for basketball. It’s software that integrates with the 8K or 4K video that you record at practice or during a game. It can provide another level of basketball analytics. 

Why? It’s the first basketball camera solution that takes a video recording of your practice or game and adds load metrics with shot statistics. Your post-practice or post-game film sessions will never be the same. 

You have two options. Our software-only solution uses existing videos from a 3rd party camera (like our preferred provider PlaySight). Or you can use the Labpano camera provided by KINEXON

If you’d like to learn more about it, feel free to contact us at any time. You can also download the COMPETE Vision brochure by clicking the link below, or watch this video to learn about additional ways to collect basketball analytics. The choice is yours.

COMPETE Vision is here. Click the link below to learn more: 

COMPETE Vision Basketball

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