An even bigger mystery than who will go #1 in this year's NBA draft has emerged. A mysterious black box is on NBA.com, accompanied by the cryptic message that when David Stern unveils its contents it will "change the way you see the game". A big and unusual promise. Of course, we hope it contains...
June 26th 2006 at 11:22pm
As we told you about previously,
the NBA debuted a whole new way of broadcasting their game last night for
HDTV owners. I caught it and came away pretty impressed. The angle provided by the two SkyCams was far superior to the
usual camera angles used. It brought you in a lot closer to the floor and...
April 12th 2006 at 12:56pm
watching: Once again, you have the choice between a program about a man divinely chosen as a
leader for his people, and The Ten
Commandments on ABC. One has the guy who was in Heist, while The Unit features an assassinated
ex-President who sells car insurance. We'll call it a push.Don't f...
April 11th 2006 at 4:09pm
For the first time, an NBA game will utilize two "SkyCams" during the April 11th meeting
between the Seattle Supersonics and the San Antonio Spurs (lot of Ss there). Instead of using two center court cameras
like most NBA games, they will use the suspended high definition skycams to give t...