Brooklyn Nets rookie Jarrett Allen enjoys tech about as much as he enjoys dunking. His passion for technological innovation has found him teaming up with 4-H, an organization that educates and mentors young children. Last week, for the second time in the past few months, Allen met with a group of children for a tech-centered activity.
Allen and the 4-H kids worked to develop a wearable that would help him play smarter on the court. What they built was a sensor that could be worn on his wrist to track on-court steps.