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Virginia's Electronic Shooting Coach

Tony Bennett talks to his team during a timeout
Tony Bennett talks to his team during a timeout
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With an offense that ranks just 128th nationally in field goal percentage, Tony Bennett's Virginia team can use all the help it can get.

So Bennett uses a device called a Noah's arc. What it does is basically measure the arc on a shot and then tell you the degree of your arc.

The ideal arc is 45 degrees; the machine basically tells you what yours is and helps you to correct it.

It may not have helped Virginia much, so far anyway, but guys like LeBron James and Dywane Wade swear by it.