Name Course Professor Date The Importance of Sport Analytics The new order sweeping around the world of sports is “sports analytics.” But what is just it? Sports analytics refers to the use of performance data recorded in the past about an individual player or their teams to predict further their would-be performance at a future date. When it began the use of statistics was widely used by team management but in the world of today fans are consuming large analytic data than never. There are now specific websites dedicated exclusively towards sports analytic data. An example in perspective is fivethirtyeight.com (2008 started by Nate Silver-America) and the Baseball Prospectus. The world premier National Basket Ball Association (NBA) of North America has advanced the game to even using cameras to track players and evaluate the team’s efficiency using player movements. It is the narrative of Sports Analytics also that has "Introduction to the special issue on analytics in sports part I: General sports applications." (2012): 105-108 Hardy Stephen. "Counting the Ways: Wray Vamplew's Pay Up and Play the Game and Its Importance to Sports History." Journal of Sports History 41.1 (2014): 117-128. Rein Robert and Daniel Memmert. "Big data and tactical analysis in elite soccer: future challenges and opportunities for sports science." SpringerPlus 5.1 (2016): 1410. Srinivasa Srinath and V. Bhatnagar. "Big data analytics." Proceedings of the First International Conference on Big Data Analytics BDA. 2012:1-20. Staudohar Paul D. "The basketball lockout of 2011." Monthly Lab. Rev. 135 (2012): 28. Vriend Ingrid Iris Coehoorn and Evert Verhagen. "Implementation of an App-based neuromuscular training programme to prevent ankle sprains: a process evaluation using the RE-AIM Framework." British journal of sports medicine (2014): bjsports-2013: 112-180. Winston Wayne L. Mathletics: How gamblers managers and sports enthusiasts use mathematics in baseball basketball and football. Princeton University Press 2012. [...]
subject: Importants Of Sport Analytics and how it give your team an advantage. From game plan to player eval.