Former NBA player Shane Battier demonstrates the positive effects data and statistics can have on securing a competitive advantage.
Two-time NBA champion Shane Battier demonstrates examples of advanced basketball analytics and how they contribute to a team's game plan. Data allows for a greater competitive advantage, says Battier. When every point comes at a premium, it's vital to understand on a deeper level the intricacies and nuances of the game.
Former NBA player Shane Battier reflects on the legacy of the late University of North Carolina basketball coach and recounts his experience being recruited by Smith before committing to Duke.
Former NBA player Shane Battier reflects on the legacy of the late University of North Carolina basketball coach, whom he calls "a pillar" of leadership and honor. Battier recounts his experience being recruited by Smith and the fear he felt when he told Smith that he had chosen to attend Duke, UNC's arch-rival.
Shane Battier is a retired American professional basketball player who played for various teams in the NBA including the Memphis Grizzlies, the Houston Rockets, and the Miami Heat. Known for his otherworldly defensive skills, Battier won an NCAA championships at Duke in 2001, two NBA Titles in 2011 & 2012, and was a member of the U.S. men's national basketball team. He retired from the NBA in 2014 and is now working as a commentator for ESPN.