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Old 10-24-2011, 12:39 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ValanciunasFanboy View Post
Correct me if I'm wrong, but that math seems odd.
NBA revenues are at around 4 bil a year AFAIK. So those 3% would be ~120 mil, or ~4 mil per team.
Idk how you came up with a 2% profit rate or those huge valuations (for your math to be correct, NBA teams' combined value should be ~15 bil, no way).

Btw, as per owners' math, they are breaking even at 53% if owners get those 53%. At 50-50 owners are still losing money - but that epends on who you ask, of course.
I was referring to the ROI vs the initial investment. The average franchise is probably worth around 500m, based on the prices paid lately for Detroit and GSW. If I invest 500m and I make 10 million a year, that's a 2% ROI which is ridiculously low.
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