At last week’s adidas grassroots in Las Vegas, David Crisp from Rainier Beach HS in Seattle, class of 2015, scored an impressive BAM Score of 423 on the lane agility. For comparison, the average BAM score at the 2014 NBA Draft Combine for the same test was 397. Check out the video of David on his stellar run.
BAM is going global again! We’re on our way to Adidas Eurocamp 2014 in Treviso, Italy.
To keep up with our goals and the needs of our ever expanding and unique database, Basic Athletic Measurement is adjusting the BAMScore™. The new scoring provides more detailed correlated intervals (to match our precise data collection) and will provide all athletes with a more precise structure to measure development. If you already have a BAMScore™ from earlier testing, we will be re-calculating your results. The scoring values will change but your ranking is not impacted. All rankings and categories will be adjusted too. With the new BAMScore™, each protocol will have a maximum possible score of 500. The Total BAMScore™ will continue to be a sum of the individual BAMScore™.
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BAM Testing was in attendance for our our 6th year.