Basketball is a fast-moving game of improvisation, contact and, ahem, spatio-temporal pattern recognition. Rajiv Maheswaran and his colleagues are analyzing the movements behind the key plays of the game, to help coaches and players combine intuition with new data. Bonus: What they’re learning could help us understand how humans move everywhere.

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32 Comments

marco ordonez

June 29, 2020

as a spurs fan how dare they

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D A

June 29, 2020

Probably the most ridiculous basketball talk in history….recreating and documenting stuff in the way you want just to prove a pre-decided point…NEVER happens in game situation….stick to depicting the data…NOTHING else

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Chris Caleb Brizo

June 29, 2020

The only quote that synced in my mind: "so here's a bubble chart, what's TED without a bubble chart''

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A. H. Afterall

June 29, 2020

this is ridciulous. you cannot model everything in the life. It can only be an assiting instrument. You cannot explain the shots of players based on computers. Ultmately it depends on human and their psychology

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JOBIN JOE

June 29, 2020

If you build a list of players with most successful 3 point shots under stress or shortest time after a pass, wouldn't it be more helpful for coaches for selection of number 1 player.

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Ken Jee

June 29, 2020

As someone that works in the sports analytics field, videos like these are always interesting! It still seems like many teams are slow to integrate findings like these into practice and play. If your'e interested in learning about how to get into the sports analytics field, I have a few videos on my channel that complement this one nicely!

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Flashyfinancier

June 29, 2020

Not gonna lie ; i came here just for the indian accent..but i was thoroughly dissapointed

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OwenTheBait

June 29, 2020

making basketball nerdy

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Cesc VR

June 29, 2020

Easily i could hear him talk about basketball for hours

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Daniel Santarém

June 29, 2020

What is the name of the app he's using?

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bighost

June 29, 2020

he didn't say any point.

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Livingstone Germain

June 29, 2020

Professor X

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Adi Da Gamer

June 29, 2020

Okay soo..wtf is he implying?

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Andrew Bender

June 29, 2020

If this guy is so on point, can he explain why the people who move the best tend to be the least interested in math and science?

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herasucks

June 29, 2020

Wow his commentary on the park game was taken straight out of game 6 of the 2013 finals.

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Nosy Rosie

June 29, 2020

Thank you very much too for sharing!

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Redapple

June 29, 2020

god damn its a fuking 12 minutes ad. I just realized it around 6th minute.

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Dominic Caciappo

June 29, 2020

Can these guys make the next 2k game please.

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Russell Kanning

June 29, 2020

fun in basketball … scary across society

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Casey Foster

June 29, 2020

The points guy @ 4:24

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Sahr Lebbie

June 29, 2020

Good talk. There are things machines still can’t quantify or predict and may never be able to do so but this helps give you a ball park.

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Straight Vision Films

June 29, 2020

That last clips of people moving with their circles above their heads made it look like a Black Mirror episode.

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Mike Lee

June 29, 2020

Abolish refs and have it be a computer!

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yankeeslakers4ev

June 29, 2020

is there anyone who can explain the meaning of the chart at 8:25 in Chinese? Plz~

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IceMan Cometh

June 29, 2020

There are probably thousands of factors that go into every move in a basketball game enacted out by 10 individuals with free will.

* tracks court position

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azwabi

June 29, 2020

"the other football" – thank you 🙂 but i prefer american football.

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Jane Za

June 29, 2020

More variations as that in balling, go predict the art.

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Rat

June 29, 2020

how do we know that the clip he showed isnt edited

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kingkongstrong

June 29, 2020

So basically Big boys want to track our every movement. Good luck with your personal freedom.

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dwayne jamal

June 29, 2020

Wtf is this.

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bignardo95

June 29, 2020

This is the future of tracking humans and predicting where they came from, where they will be, and which way they'll travel to come and go. Think about that for a minute.

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Justin Hibbler

June 29, 2020

Trippy AF

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