node-sportsdata - Node module that wraps the SportsData API

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This module is designed to be an easy-to-use wrapper around the SportsData API. This module is designed to be used with node.js, but could be modified to be used directly in the browser as well. This module is meant to become a comprehensive list of the SportsData API calls available to you. Currently, I have only focused on the API calls for the NFL and NBA, but I will focus on the others as their seasons begin.

https://github.com/rgerard/node-sportsdata

Dependencies:

request : >= 0.0.1
xml2js : >= 0.0.1

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