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Posted March 24, 2014 by Tim Wells in Sports
 
 

Catch It All at Best Buy – #CatchItAll

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
Catch It All at Best Buy #CatchItAll

Whether it’s NCAA March Madness or MLB Spring Training, Best Buy has the tech you need to catch it all.

No, I’m not talking about Pokemon. I’m talking about using multi-screen technology to stay connected and immersed in your favorite sports and activities.

I’m a bit of a sports and stats junky. If you’re like me, simply watching the games on TV isn’t enough. I crave interactivity with my teams – both virtual and real. That’s why my screen of choice is my tablet. It’s my portable lifeline to all things sports-related.

Between my sports addiction, my wife’s depressing dramas, and my four kids’ goofy preteen sitcoms, there’s a lot of competition for the television, and I don’t always win. Like I said, my tablet is my sports lifeline. There are a number of apps that allow me to watch my teams even when I don’t have access to the TV. Not only that, but I can also manage and track my fantasy teams while watching the games. So, when my star player inevitably gets hurt, I can adjust my fantasy lineups with a swipe of my finger. And when my favorite real-life teams are under-performing, I can tweet words of “encouragement” without having to be at my computer.

Now, if there was just an app that would prevent me from building a terrible fantasy team, I’d be all set. Sadly, that technology may never exist. My ability to put together bottom-tier teams is unparalleled. But I digress.

If you want to stay connected to your favorite sports, teams, and tournaments, I highly recommend doing what I did. Head to Best Buy and check out their selection of devices. Whether your tech toy of choice is an HDTV, laptop, tablet, or cell phone, they’ve got you – and me – covered.

As for fantasy advice, you’re on your own.




Tim Wells

 

Dad, husband, gamer, blogger, geek. Not necessarily in that order.