• July 15, 2021

How to make sure your network doesn’t lose you as a fan

As you read this, the NBA playoffs are coming to a close and the Celtics and Lakers are on the verge of elimination.

That’s the story for the NBA this year.

There’s a lot to cover, so let’s start with the basics.

What is the NBA?

The NBA is a worldwide sports league consisting of the NBA, NBA All-Star Game, NBA Championship, and the NBA Finals.

The league’s annual salary cap is $89.5 million, which is more than twice the cap of the MLB and NFL.

It’s not as high as the NFL or MLB All-Pro, but it’s not far off.

The top ten teams make up the top 20 in the league, and teams from outside of the league can make up a significant portion of the salary cap.

The NBA Finals are a two-day series of three games played every season between teams from the same division, a playoff format in which a team from each division plays in the second-place game of the first round.

The winner of the series advances to the NBA Championship.

There are a number of things you should know about the NBA before you start reading this article.

The salary cap isn’t really a cap, and it’s hard to know exactly how much money teams are making because teams are allowed to have as many players on their roster as they like.

The salary cap, which stands at $89 million, can be as high or as low as the number of players allowed.

There are no limits on how many players a team can have on the roster, and there is no limit on how much cap space a team has.

Teams can use up to 35 percent of their cap space in free agency to sign players.

The NBA is not required to spend the maximum amount of money on its players.

A team may spend more than $75 million on a player, but only if the team can afford it.

It must spend at least $50 million on players in a given season, with a cap limit of $100 million for the entire year.

In addition, a team must spend the minimum of $10 million on the first year of the contract and $5 million on each subsequent year of that contract.

The number of games a team plays in each season varies according to the league’s schedule.

There is a maximum of seven games per season.

In general, teams play six games a year.

The regular season is divided into three periods of eight games.

In the playoffs, the playoffs are divided into two periods of four games each, and in the championship series, there are four periods of two games each.

The teams play a maximum seven games during a given year.

The teams in the playoffs typically play five of their games against the bottom two teams in their division, and play two of their final three games against their conference’s best.

Teams in the finals often play two more games against each other than the league average.

The playoffs are also considered to be the “big game” because the two teams who make it to the conference finals get to face the team with the worst record in their conference.

The two teams with the best records will advance to the playoffs.

If the conference champion wins the series, the other team will play the conference’s second-best team in the conference.

In all, there will be 20 playoff games between teams in each conference.

The league is run by a group of owners, and each team plays each other five times per year.

For each of the five seasons, each team receives a guaranteed slot to the 2016-17 NBA All Star Game, the 2016 NBA Championship and the 2016 Finals.

Each team also receives a slot to a 2019 NBA All Day event.

The owner of the team that advances the most games in the regular season gets the chance to host the NBA All Stars Game in 2018.

The owners also pick the team to play in the NBA finals.

A team may earn more money for a playoff series than for the regular-season series if it wins the first two games of a series.

If both teams in a series win the first three games, then the first game will count for two of the four remaining games in that series.

In this case, the next two games are played against teams from different divisions.

If a team advances more games than it loses in a regular season series, it can make a series extra money.

This is called a “double-elimination” series.

The team that wins the regular year series is guaranteed the first playoff series slot.

If it loses the regular series series to the same team, it gets the second playoff series spot.

The first round of the playoffs has a 12-team field with six teams in it.

Teams have one bye in each round, but teams are required to play one more game in the first four games of the regular round.

This bye can be used to make a roster change.

In most rounds, teams are eliminated from the postseason after losing one game. This means