The NBA’s innovations have been staggering over the last two decades, and we’ve been watching them unfold in every major market in the world.
But there’s one team that stands out from the rest: the NBA’s new “dual-monitor” lineup.
This new set of “stadiums” have been unveiled by the NBA and will serve as a unique backdrop for any NBA game.
The concept is inspired by the way in which some of the biggest players in the game use technology and technology-based tactics to beat opponents on the court.
The NBA will introduce the “stadion” as part of a major marketing campaign, and the first one will be shown at the Miami Heat’s upcoming game against the Indiana Pacers.
The idea is to make it possible for players to be on the floor at any time, and to provide a natural setting for fans to get a feel for the new set-up.
The first “stadiums” will be displayed on the sidelines during the Heat’s home opener against the Charlotte Hornets on Feb. 1, and fans will be able to follow along on social media using the hashtag #MiamiHeatvsIndiana.
The concept is a big step forward for the NBA, which has traditionally focused on player safety and privacy.
But this is just the beginning for the league, which plans to expand its offerings to more venues in the future.
The new stadiums will not be the only addition, however.
The league also plans to launch a partnership with the tech startup, LavaCycle, which provides a 360-degree video experience to fans at arenas, stadiums and events.
The partnership with Lava Cycle is expected to help the NBA deliver a more natural experience for fans at events.
And the new stadium set-ups are not the only innovations the league is planning for.
The NBA has already started a new era of innovation by launching the “NBA+,” a new social network that will allow fans to share and collaborate with their favorite players and teams.
The service will be available to all fans in the league for free through the end of the year.
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