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Duke Partnering With SAP On New Online Basketball Stats Page Featuring Historical Data

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 14

Duke Univ. in partnership with SAP will launch a new online men’s basketball stats page that will feature historical team and player data, similar to the stats package that SAP produces for the NBA. SAP is making a formal announcement about the new product for Duke basketball today at the Tech...

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