Precision Time Systems with over 20 plus years of experience in the business of setting the

standard of accurate timekeeping in the sport of basketball has developed a diverse client list,

from professional basketball worldwide to high school and amateur competition.  These clients,

however, do all share the belief that by implementing Precision Time they can virtually eliminate

what previously has been at times a major point of contention in close contests allowing the

teams to focus on the competition itself!




Professional Basketball


The National Basketball Association first adopted Precision Time in 1997 and has been a

satisfied customer ever since. It is estimated that over 24,000 NBA games have been played

using Precision Time.  The Fourth Generation System was adopted for the 2014-15 season with

great success.  As the first Precision Time System to use an android based operating system as

the brains of the system, many new features were able to be introduced!


The Turkish Airlines EuroLeague, the top competition of European basketball, first adopted

Precision Time in 2005 and restated their commitment to making Precision Time their league

standard in June 2015 after our presentation of our latest system during their EuroLeague Final

Four in Madrid May 2015!




In addition many of the other European Basketball Associations use Precision Timing for their

league play including:

ACB (Spain)

HEBA (Greece)

LNB (France)

TBL (Turkey)

Basketball League of Serbia

A-1 Liga (Croatia)

BBL (Germany)

Lega Basket A (Italy)

Ligat HaAl (Israel)

VTB-League (Russia and other neighboring states)

LKL (Lithuania)

NBL (Czech Republic)

Slovak Extraliga (Slovakia)





College Basketball

Many of the NCAA Division I conferences have been Precision Time Customers for over a

decade.  This includes over 275 of the 347 schools that play Division I basketball.  The roster of

conferences is listed in our Colleges page.  Many of these conferences also ask us to

provide staffing and equipment for their conference tournaments!


In 2015 the NCAA adopted Precision Time for their flagship event, The Men’s and Women’s

Division I basketball tournaments often referred to as “March Madness”.  Read their press

release   HERE  


Precision Time was used at all 14 playing sites for the Men’s tournament and at 21

different playing sites for the Women’s tournament!


The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has used Precision Time in 

the Men’s Division I Championships since 2004. This unique event plays 31 games in 7 

days at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City!




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