Recommended Reading: The Golden State Warriors' tech training

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Billy Steele
B. Steele|06.04.16

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Golden State Warriors
use tech to their
on-court advantage

Terry Collins,
CNET

The Golden State Warriors set an NBA single-season record this year with 73 wins and are currently facing the Cleveland Cavaliers for the championship. Part of the reason for that success can likely be attributed the team's use of tech to track player performance and physical activity. CNET has the story on all the gadgetry and how the Warriors are using it to ensure they continue their winning ways.

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Nellie Bowles, The Guardian

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