Longform: Is this the end of the NBA?

By James ConnerTheScore.comWith the NBA Finals coming to an end, it’s time to talk about the future of the league.

But it’s not just about the NBA, but the NBA itself, too.

With all the excitement and excitement that has surrounded the championship series, it was only fitting that we talk about what could be next.

While many fans are eager to see the NBA come to fruition, there are some teams that have expressed their interest in the league as well.

This article will take a look at the teams that are currently in the process of finding a new home for the league in the future.

There are teams that might have interest in relocating to the NBA.

This could be a problem if the NBA becomes a free agency league.

While it’s easy to think that NBA fans will be willing to pay more to watch games in their homes, that’s not necessarily true.

As the league grows in popularity, more and more fans are demanding more out of the games.

This creates a situation where teams that want to relocate are likely to face the same issues as other franchises.

The only way to guarantee that teams will remain in the NBA is to increase their salaries.

While we have a ton of data to draw from, it would be irresponsible to draw any conclusions on whether the league will be able to grow without fans.

We are just at the beginning of this discussion, so let’s start by looking at some of the teams we know are in the market for a new arena.

A number of teams have expressed interest in finding a home for their team, but how do they do that?

The answer is not a lot.

If teams want to keep playing at home, it requires a lot of money.

As a result, the average NBA team is spending around $2.6 million per year to play games at home.

For teams that can afford to stay in their home cities, they can spend around $4 million per season to keep the team in their respective market.

In order to keep up with these numbers, many teams would need to increase the salaries of their players, which would mean a decrease in attendance.

For example, the Orlando Magic are paying the highest per-game average salary for a player at $5.9 million.

While the Lakers have the second-highest average salary ($4.4 million), they have not played a game at home since March 2018.

If they can’t afford to continue playing at the same venue, it will likely mean the team will have to cut players or close their doors.

The NBA is only one game in a long series.

Even if a team can keep playing games at their home venues, the next step is to make sure that the fans get to see more of the team.

If a team is willing to relocate, they could be able play at home for more games per season.

If that doesn’t happen, it could become too expensive for the teams in question to keep doing business.

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