nbaThe official noted in a memo released today that the revenue sharing of the league’s teams last season, including the popularWarriorAndlakersA total of US$45 million and US$42.8 million were paid in the sharing plan, ranking top 2 among the 30 teams in the league. Of the teams that received a share, the Pacers received the most back at US$42.2 million. Dollar.
The NBA’s revenue-sharing system stems from the fact that when teams in larger cities have a larger market and higher income, it will not only increase basketball-related income, lead to an increase in the league’s salary cap, Rather indirectly it will also increase the expenses of others. teams, resulting in smaller markets. The team is making ends meet.
The revenue sharing system allows each team to take out an equal proportion of the team’s total revenue and average it out, and then distribute that same amount among the 30 teams, so that smaller market teams can be subsidized by it.
According to the latest memo released by the league, the Warriors and Lakers contributed the most to the team’s revenue share last season, with $45 million and $42.8 million. Large market teams such as the Lone Ranger, 76ers, Heat, Clippers and Nets.
For the other 20 teams in the league, they receive subsidized revenue sharing. Among them, the Pacers received the most at $42.2 million, the Nuggets received $35.5 million, and the Trail Blazers took the top 3 with $32 million. The Hornets, Kings, Pelicans, Grizzlies, Spurs, Timberwolves, Magic and Pistons all received subsidies in excess of $20 million.
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