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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Bucks revealed a new high-tech development Friday for their fans at Fiserv Forum.
The Bucks have teamed up with a replay system called "True View."
They'll have 38 cameras in place around the arena to give guests a second look at plays from just about every angle possible.
"So now, if you see a pass from Eric Bledsoe to Giannis, and a slam dunk, they can do things like isolate those two players and you see the whole play 360-view," said Robert Cordova, Milwaukee Bucks Chief Technology Officer. "So it's really exciting, it gives you another wow factor from Fiserv Forum."
Those replays will be seen not only on the center-hung scoreboard at Fiserv, but also on the Bucks' social channels and the team website.
It's expected to begin with the Bucks first regular season home game against the Miami Heat on Saturday, Oct. 26.