Sacramento Kings power forward Jason Thompson used to be a Blackberry man, but the iPhone’s vast collection of apps has won his affection. Here’s which apps he’s using when he’s off the court.
When he’s not playing point guard for the Memphis Grizzlies, Mike Conley is probably on his iPhone looking for a bite to eat in a new city, deciding which movie to see, or sharing his life with the world via social media. Check out some of the apps he uses to get it all done.
Wednesday night, Sporting Kansas City looks to topple rival New England to move on in this year’s MLS Cup. When they take the field, they’ll be surrounded by one of the most vocal – and connected – fan bases in all of sports.
As the head coach of the Oregon Ducks, Chip Kelly earned a reputation as an innovative football mind. Now his Philadelphia Eagles are learning first hand what the future of training in the NFL looks like.
The Seahawks win over the Carolina Panthers in this season’s NFL opener could be credited to their steel drum defense, their crafty quarterback, or just the weird tech they wore on their hands.
Great jump shooters spend hours in the gym perfecting their stroke, usually relying on a coach or video analysis to break it down. The Shot Coach system brings measurable analytics into the equation.
It’s been a few years since concussions seized the… er… consciousness of the sporting world, but CheckLight is just the most recent piece of technology developed to detect them.
Prototyping new shoe designs used to take weeks, but the major athletic footwear manufacturers are discovering 3D printing can shave that time closer than an Olympic sprinter training for the 100 meter dash.
“Dwayne Wade Driven” is the new app from the Miami Heat superstar, and features one-on-one instruction in both fitness and basketball drills led by Wade himself.
Does simply turning an age-old idea into an app make it notable from a tech perspective? You could debate the point, but since the update in question involves an All Pro tight end who weighs nearly 250 pounds, we’re going to stay out of it.