On September 23rd and 24th, 2017, students, statisticians, developers, and engineers will take part in the second annual NBA Hackathon. This year’s NBA Hackathon will feature two tracks, basketball analytics and business analytics. Teams accepted to the Hackathon will work for 24 hours building tools to solve challenging and important problems in the NBA. Their work will be presented to panels of expert judges and an audience of NBA personnel, media, invited guests, and the other competitors. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams of each track, with a grand prize that will include lunch with NBA commissioner, Adam Silver, and a trip to NBA All-Star 2018 in Los Angeles.
Note: the NBA Hackathon is open only to either i) undergraduate and graduate students studying at accredited universities in the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec), or ii) those who graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited university in or after January 2015 and currently reside in the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec). Only invited guests and competitors will be allowed to attend.