Stephen Curry’s former coach says AI can help train the next generation of NBA champions

Steph Curry is currently celebrating another NBA championship — just 10 years after the star feared he’d never play again. Curry’s early years at the Golden State Warriors were plagued by chronic ankle injuries. In 2013, the team’s new performance director, Keke Lyles, proposed a new explanation for the problem. Lyles believed Curry was overly reliant on his ankles for speed. The coach devised a training program that transferred power generation to the marksman’s hips.  “He would overload his lower legs a lot more than what he needed to,” Lyles told TNW. “It’s not that he wasn’t able to use his…

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