I thought of these during March Madness games, but neglected to post it until now, so here goes, my wishlist for technology additions to the sport of basketball:
1. Put RFID tags inside the soles of players' shoes as well as embedded in the floor. Take the "3 seconds in the key" call away from the refs and let technology automatically measure your time in the paint. There is no disputing the call when you trip the clock, and refs can focus on other more important stuff.
2. Accelerometers in shoes communicating with one inside the ball could probably do a better job calling Traveling than the ref.
3. Accelerometers in shoes of players could give the referees more data to judge charging vs. personal foul calls. You could have actual data for who planted their feet first and deserves a charge call or who wasn't stationary in time and deserves a foul.