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VIDEO: Luke Bornn delivers guest talks at OptaPro Analytics Forum

Luke Bornn, Vice President, Strategy and Analytics for the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, delivered the guest talk at the 2018 OptaPro Analytics Forum.

Luke’s presentation was the third guest talk the Forum has seen, following Dean Oliver in 2016 and Dennis Lock in 2017.

Formerly of AS Roma, Luke delivered an engaging session that focused on not only the application of analytics within elite sport, but also shared his own experiences from working in the industry, with a particular focus on his current role at the Kings.

Following his presentation, Luke also joined the OptaPro Three At The Back podcast with Toronto FC’s Devin Pleuler to discuss the event as well as the wider sports analytics industry.

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