April 14, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Sacramento Kings logo on a wall during a game against the Houston Rockets in the third quarter at the Toyota Center. The Rockets defeated the Kings 121-100. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Sacramento Kings wear Google Glass after practice (Video)

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We’ve already seen the Sacramento Kings debut the use of Google Glass during a practice, but the video was relatively short short and only featured a few quick plays.

Now we have a longer version courtesy of the Kings which features not only the perspective of players, but head coach Michael Malone as well.

The video begins with Rudy Gay shooting jumpers before throwing down a dunk and is followed by Jason Thompson, Orlando Johnson and Ray McCallum showing off their perspectives.

There’s still a little work that needs to be done in terms of stabilizing the video as it’s a little jumpy (especially during dunks) but it’s a pretty cool perspective.

Of course, we’ve only see the use of the technology during practice (and during starting lineups). It’ll likely be a while before we get to see it in game action, but that should be pretty sweet.

Hopefully next year the NBA will implement the use of Google Glass during All-Star Weekend (especially the dunk contest).

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