NBA star Jeremy Lin, left, plays basketball at his namesake All-Star Game held earlier this month in Shenzhen. Lin, who plays for the Atlanta Hawks, is one of the prominent investors in start-up NEX Team, which developed the HomeCourt basketball analytics app to track and analyse how a player makes shots during training or in a game. Photo: ImagineChina NBA star Jeremy Lin, left, plays basketball at his namesake All-Star Game held earlier this month in Shenzhen. Lin, who plays for the Atlanta Hawks, is one of the prominent investors in start-up NEX Team, which developed the HomeCourt basketball analytics app to track and analyse how a player makes shots during training or in a game. Photo: ImagineChina
NBA star Jeremy Lin, left, plays basketball at his namesake All-Star Game held earlier this month in Shenzhen. Lin, who plays for the Atlanta Hawks, is one of the prominent investors in start-up NEX Team, which developed the HomeCourt basketball analytics app to track and analyse how a player makes shots during training or in a game. Photo: ImagineChina
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NBA star Jeremy Lin backs HomeCourt: a basketball app that helps players up their game

The HomeCourt app, developed by tech start-up NEX Team, provides an AI-based platform for coaches and players to discuss performance improvements

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NBA star Jeremy Lin, left, plays basketball at his namesake All-Star Game held earlier this month in Shenzhen. Lin, who plays for the Atlanta Hawks, is one of the prominent investors in start-up NEX Team, which developed the HomeCourt basketball analytics app to track and analyse how a player makes shots during training or in a game. Photo: ImagineChina NBA star Jeremy Lin, left, plays basketball at his namesake All-Star Game held earlier this month in Shenzhen. Lin, who plays for the Atlanta Hawks, is one of the prominent investors in start-up NEX Team, which developed the HomeCourt basketball analytics app to track and analyse how a player makes shots during training or in a game. Photo: ImagineChina
NBA star Jeremy Lin, left, plays basketball at his namesake All-Star Game held earlier this month in Shenzhen. Lin, who plays for the Atlanta Hawks, is one of the prominent investors in start-up NEX Team, which developed the HomeCourt basketball analytics app to track and analyse how a player makes shots during training or in a game. Photo: ImagineChina
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