The NBA Timberwolves Dance Team has just stepped up their social distancing performance zoom-style call.
While other teams are doing hair and make-up the Wolves have found a way to innovate in the space with a full performance, including using the boxed space in interesting ways.
As we move into uncharted space in sports this fall, this kind of innovation will be demanded from dance teams. In today’s Cudo Blog I discuss the possible changes for game operations including shifting teams from live performance to video elements. Court space may be protected to the point where on-court contests and dancer performances are no longer done there. Highly produced video showcases may replace this live element for any audiences.
Bravo to the Wolves for their forward thinking innovation.
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