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NBA Will Allow Teams to Review and Cut Video on Bench During Games

On-the-fly adjustments in the NBA are about to receive an upgrade. According to USA Today's Jeff Zillgitt on Thursday, the NBA has passed a rule that will allow teams "t o review and cut video for immediate access, transfer video between bench personnel and the locker rooms and access data rather than have that info delivered from the video room to the bench." Zillgitt noted the NBA previously allowed teams to cut video and deliver it to the bench —which was not the most efficient operating procedure.
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