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A robotic voice kept spitting out numbers at the end of the Jazz's shootaround on Saturday morning.
"Forty-three. … Forty-seven. … Forty-four."
"Forty-five is the perfect number," Gordon Hayward said.
The Jazz forward wanted a little more arc on his jump shot, so he trained last summer with a basketball shooting system (the Noah Basketball Training System) that measures arc and instantly calls out a number.
It's a machine the Jazz have recently added to their repertoire.
"We're always trying ways to get better," Snyder said.
It seems to have worked for Hayward, who has been on a recent hot streak, especially from beyond the 3-point line.
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Noah Basketball - the black box on the wall of Xavier's auxiliary gym - measures basketball players' shooting arcs. The university added the tool this summer. (Photo: The Enquirer/Shannon Russell)
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