Pity the poor, impoverished NBA: At the end of the 2014/2015 season, the league’s 30 teams only managed to generate $5.18 billion in revenue, almost half of which went to player salaries. That left each team—worth, on average, a measly $1.245 billion apiece—with an average of only $93 million in walking-around money, which may explain the league’s decision to permit the placement of advertising on player jerseys beginning in the 2017/2018...Continue Reading