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Entrepreneur Gets a Shot at Final Four

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Kelly Scanlon

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When most people think of the NCAA’s Final Four, they think basketball players, not entrepreneurs. Well, at this weekend’s tournament, two entrepreneurs from Kansas City, Davyeon Ross and Bruce Ianni, will be at center court. Or at least their latest invention – ShotTracker – will be, as fans get a chance to try out the innovative new product.

Kelly sits down with Davyeon Ross, the co-founder and COO of ShotTracker, the first piece of wearable tech for basketball players of all ages who want to improve their shooting – it automatically tracks shot attempts, makes and misses.

A former college basketball star himself, Davyeon is a serial entreprener who has more than 13 years of experience in the technology space.  He’s using his basketball knowledge, technology experience and previous business success to merge the worlds of sports and technology.