The Golden State Warriors are in the midst of moving, from Oakland’s 53-year-old Oracle Arena to San Francisco’s brand-spanking-new Chase Center. Unlike football, basketball teams actually train where they practice, which means the Warriors are getting a new training facility.
The Dubs unveiled the Biofreeze Performance Center this week, which is: A) spectacular, and B) not all that different from the top-of-the-line training facilities in college football. Take a look for yourself below.
the @warriors studio team makes me look goooooood!
like what you see, Twitter friends? pic.twitter.com/WiW7AhkMs7
— Biofreeze Performance Center (@dubs_training) September 19, 2019
Facial recognition software that knows: A) who shot the ball, B) where the shot was taken from, and C) whether the shot went in.
Somewhere out there the DFO at a Power 5 program is a link of this article emailed to them from their head coach with “Facial recognition” in the subject line and “Can we do this? thx” in the field.