How the NBA is getting a bigger court with the expansion of the Golden State Warriors
It’s hard to remember now, but the NBA was just a decade ago the league that was largely a basketball league.
There was just one big league team in each of the 48 states and one big-market team in every state.
Today, there are eight teams in the NBA and the league is expanding across a large swath of the country.
As a result, the NBA has gone from a mostly basketball league to one that’s more like a sports league than it has in decades.
Here’s how the NBA’s growing power and influence is changing the way we play sports.
NBA teams are getting bigger The league’s average floor is now about 2,500 feet, which is about three times the league average in 2006.
In other words, the average NBA team is a lot bigger than it was in 2006, when it was a tiny league with an average floor of about 1,300 feet.
NBA players are getting paid bigger salaries The average salary of an NBA player was $1,846,000 in 2015, according to Forbes.
This is up from $1.2 million in 2015.
This increase has coincided with the league moving into its current two-year extension in 2021.
NBA contracts are more flexible The average NBA contract is up more than $100 million since 2006, which means that teams can sign players with contracts ranging from one to nine years, depending on how they are compensated.
NBA stars are more popular NBA stars were once a rarity.
The average basketball player was a celebrity and the player’s name was a big selling point.
Now, with stars like LeBron James and Steph Curry making big money, players are more likely to make big-money deals.
More people watching NBA games More people watch basketball than ever before, and this is thanks to the popularity of streaming services like Netflix and YouTube.
NBA fans are getting more engaged in their sports The NBA’s online presence has grown exponentially in recent years, with more fans tuning in each week.
Teams are winning more NBA games Fans are more engaged than ever in their teams’ games, which in turn means more fans watching.
Fans are tuning in to see the best basketball The NBA has had its share of players who are superstars and have won NBA championships.
But the league has also had its fair share of fans who have been fans of their teams for years, and the average number of fans tuning into games each game is about double that of previous years.
The NBA is now one of the most popular sports leagues in the world ESPN’s Michael McCann reports on the changing landscape of sports in America.
What the future holds for the NBAThe NBA has more money, more stars, and more fans than ever.
The question is, will it continue to be one of America’s most popular leagues?