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Stats. Social. Insights.

We're National Statistical. For 12 years, we've been helping league offices, journalists, scouts and researchers with innovative subscription services. We got our start in 2007 posting NCAA boxscores on "Basketball State". In 2019, we've got unlimited hoops, hockey and hardball stats in just about any format you want.

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Three sports, 18 sites.

We offer full coverage of basketball for both men (NBA, GL, NCAA Division I/II/III, plus 35 international pro circuits) and women (WNBA and NCAA D-I); baseball (MLB, MiLB, NCAA Division I, Korea and Japan); and hockey (NHL, NCAA D-I and KHL). In total, we track 293 leagues and conferences, 3,743 teams and 275,623 individual players. That's a lot.

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More than just boxscores.

Each of our 18 sites gives you standard and advanced stats, ratings and rankings, as well as multiple forecasting methodologies. Some sites have even more. Where available, we have officials stats, meta-tagged play-by-play and pitch logs too. Export any data sheet with one click, in five different formats. If you need to track players or teams on a daily basis, we have a watchlist feature with morning e-mail updates.

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Raw API data.

Monthly, League and Full Pass subscribers have access to our API, which gives you access to raw data for all our 18 hockey, basketball and baseball competition levels via 16 endpoints to get the exact information you need, fast. Our API is easy to use and fully documented with code samples to get you started in no time at all.

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Explore our 18 sites. With a valid account, you'll have 20 free pageviews to decide whether or not to pay for the service.

Subscription options. We have Monthly, Season, League and Full Passes to fit your needs and budget.

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We have subscription options to fit your needs and budget.