BasketBall Stats: Stats are a breeze now Review

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Stats are a breeze now
This app allows one person to keep stats that would take 3-4 sheets of paper to keep on clipboards. The UI is intuitive and quick. Mid and post game processing of stats takes only seconds. The reports allow great summary reports as well as player specific reports. The images look great on the reports but are not too big to email the entire set in one email. I love it and am happy to get rid of clipboard and pencils. DISLIKES/Suggestions: keep a running shooting percentage along with shots attempted/made. Give options for four color because the visual contrast can make it hard to see for some team colors. Make event buttons slightly smaller so scrolling cn be eliminated if possible. Would like the option of shot charts by quarter and half. TIP: I don't care about individual player stats for the opposing team. I created one player (00-oppteam) to log shots and all other stats for opponent. That worked well for what we needed.
Stats person on Dec 4, 2011 for BasketBall Stats
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Like, could love with updates.
This app has one of the most intuitive UI's for play by play stat capture I have seen. Subs are a breeze. Instantenous play by play edit capability is smart. Opportunity is in delivering a more robust infrastructure: leagues/seasons grouping to enable tracking and reporting for multiple youth teams/leagues and total season reports (currently, reports are by game only). Other potential enhancements: 1) editable game options like time/qtr, shot clock use, personal/team foul tracking and 2) ability to enter an entire game schedule vs 1 at a time--this on is a "nice to have" vs "need to have". Again, good, intuitive UI for game tracking with some enhancements required to compete with pricier options.
Bear&bee on Nov 19, 2011 for BasketBall Stats
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