The NBA is now embracing the idea of a fusion system to help the league prepare for upcoming games.
The league is working with the Fusion Institute of Technology to create a fusion video to help fans anticipate upcoming matchups, and the league is offering to give players $10,000 for their efforts.
The NBA has already released a video that is now available for fans to watch.
The team behind the video, Fusion Institute, is one of the top fusion technology companies in the world, and its technology can help create the fusion videos the league hopes will help prepare for games.
“We are excited to share the first Fusion Video with the NBA to help our players prepare for the upcoming season,” Fusion Institute CEO and cofounder, Adam Voorhees, said in a statement.
“The NBA Fusion Video will help the fans anticipate their next opponent, and it will help players prepare their bodies for a game against the team of their choice.
The Fusion Video is an easy-to-use app that helps fans to create their own Fusion Video, and will help us reach our goal of helping fans watch NBA games through fusion.”
The Fusion video will feature a video of players on a court, where they’ll be asked to watch a game using their smartphone or tablet.
The video will include highlights, scoreboards, and replays of the game.
Players are also able to ask questions about the game to help them prepare for their next game.
Fusion Institute was founded in 2016 by former NBA player, NBA player-turned-TV analyst and Fusion analyst James Herbert.
Herbert was one of five co-founders of Fusion, which is based in San Francisco.
Fusion is one a growing number of companies that are trying to make it easier for fans, especially fans of the NBA, to watch their favorite teams.
Fusion has worked with the NFL, NBA and NHL to produce a fusion series of videos called “Flex.”
Fusion has also produced videos for the NFL’s “NFL Experience” video, which aired in 2017, as well as the “NBA Live Experience” series.
Fusion also has partnered with ESPN and ESPN 2 to create videos for NBA games.
Fusion’s technology, which was originally developed to help NBA players and the NFL prepare for Super Bowls and NBA Finals games, can also be used to create video of upcoming NBA games, according to Fusion.
Fusion can also use it to create virtual replays for NBA players, such as when the Golden State Warriors host the Utah Jazz on Jan. 20.
Fusion will provide the Fusion video to fans for free.
Fusion announced the Fusion Video series last year.
Fusion, a Boston-based startup, was founded by former NFL player Adam Vollmer and former NBA analyst and former Fusion analyst, James Herbert, and Herbert is one the co-founder.
Fusion was founded to help players, especially those with disabilities, prepare for future games.
Vollmers father, who suffered from spinal cord injuries, was able to see and hear a video he would later describe as “a sort of visual simulation of the brain being pulled from his head.”
Fusion’s products are designed to help with communication and spatial awareness, according a Fusion spokesperson.
Fusion works with athletes, including former NBA players like Larry Bird and Magic Johnson, to develop fusion technology that can help improve player performance and assist athletes in their rehabilitation.
Fusion and the NBA are working on a fusion technology app that will be available to fans this week.