Nevco, Inc. has just announced the release of the MPCX-2 hand-held wireless scoreboard control; the next generation of the MPCX controller. The MPCX-2 will feature quick system start-up time, improved robustness to wireless interface, basketball and shot clock control capable of working together to support shot clocks, elimination of weather-proof box to house receiver in outdoor installs and capability of changing Electronic Team Names… to name a few.
Recently it was announced that OFSAA has passed a new motion to follow FIBA ruling, using 35-second shot clocks in the Province of Ontario for high school basketball Championships. This new change will come into effect starting September 2016, allowing time for schools to budget for and obtain new 35-second shot clocks in their gymnasiums. The addition of the shot-clocks will speed up the pace of the game, increase participation through regular substitutions, eliminate stalling at the end of games and prepare players for the next level.
Nevco and The Scoreboard Man has shot clocks suited to this new ruling and these robust LED shot clocks are portable, wireless and very user friendly. Contact us for more information.