The NBA playoffs have arrived, and the season is just about to kick off.
While it may be early in the NBA’s 2017-18 season, it’s still worth watching to see what kind of impact the new power meter pedals have on the game.
These are just a few of the many innovations the power meter has introduced into the NBA.
Here are the main highlights.
First, NBA power meters: All power meters are now available to use, which is an enormous step forward from previous years.
However, there’s still a lot more work to be done in terms of improving the accuracy of the data.
We can’t help but feel that the NBA may have missed the mark when it decided to put all of its power meters on a single device, as this would be a massive step backwards.
However the NBA has decided to keep the power meters separate, which may help make them more useful and relevant to NBA fans, as we’re more likely to pay attention to what’s happening on the court.
NBA fans will now be able to take the power ratings they want and easily compare them with their rivals.
Power meters have also allowed the NBA to add new metrics into the game, such as field goal percentage, free throw percentage and even offensive rebounds.
There’s also a new power point viewer, which will let you compare the current game stats against other seasons.
There are still a number of technical issues that need to be ironed out, but the new generation of NBA power meter is shaping up to be an exciting, fun, and rewarding season.