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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2007

    Post Bucks #30 for value

    The average NBA team is worth approximately $509 million, representing a 30 percent increase over last year.

    The increase is due to higher revenue from television, new and renovated arenas, and the NBA’s new collective-bargaining agreement, which reduced player costs from 57% of revenues to roughly 50%.

    The New York Knicks are the NBA's most valuable franchise, worth approximately $1.1 billion. The Knicks' value rose 41 percent due to a $980 million renovation of Madison Square Garden.

    The Los Angeles Lakers were the NBA's most valuable franchise last season.

    The Chicago Bulls rank third at $800 million, followed by the Boston Celtics, Dallas Mavericks, Miami Heat, Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Brooklyn Nets and San Antonio Spurs.

    11. Sacramento Kings
    12. Oklahoma City Thunder
    13. Phoenix Suns
    14. Orlando Magic
    15. Portland Trail Blazers
    16. Cleveland Cavaliers
    17. Utah Jazz
    18. Los Angeles Clippers
    19. Denver Nuggets
    20. Philadelphia 76ers
    21. Toronto Raptors
    22. Detroit Pistons
    23. Washington Wizards
    24. Indiana Pacers
    25. Memphis Grizzlies
    26. Minnesota Timberwolves
    27. New Orleans Hornets
    28. Atlanta Hawks
    29. Charlotte Bobcats
    30. Milwaukee Bucks
    Goes to show we need a new arena.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    #30 Milwaukee Bucks

    Value: $312 million
    Loss: $0.5 million

    The Bucks missed the playoffs last season, but took some steps forward off the court in 2012. BMO Harris Bank announced an arena naming rights deal for the Bradley Center. The team also sold naming rights to the four main entrances. The new deals are expected to boost sponsorship revenue by more than $3 million annually.

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