The National Basketball League is the biggest professional sport in the world.
But it’s not a sport that everyone loves.
Take the latest rankings from Sports Illustrated.
The NBA is the best-selling sport in America, with more than a billion people watching each game each year.
That’s more than the NFL and MLB combined.
And yet, despite all of the money in sports, the NBA still suffers from a lack of fans.
In terms of the number of fans, the National Association of Broadcasters has the lowest attendance of any professional sports league in the country, according to data from Nielsen.
ESPN and Fox Sports are the only networks to show a decline in their audience since they launched in 1996.
On average, only 9.5% of households have a subscription to a TV provider, according a recent Nielsen report.
That number jumps to 22% for people under age 50.
The median household income in the US is $61,965, according the Census Bureau.
Even when you take into account the fans that come to watch the games, the average household income is $1,200 below the median for the US.
For comparison, the NFL average household is $7,928.
That means there are 2.4 million households in the United States that don’t have access to a television.
So how do these figures compare to the NFL?
The average viewership of an NFL game is about 1.2 million people, according in a study by the Associated Press and the Sports Business Journal.
The NBA average viewership is about 2.6 million.
There are about 1,500 more tickets sold per game than there are seats for the NBA’s average game.
According to the Associated, an average fan will watch about 3,400 of the 3,500 regular-season games played this season.
That would be about 687,000 hours of television watched, which is roughly 12.3 hours per season.
That’s enough to fill up more than two NFL stadiums.
That also equates to about 30,000 of the league’s 34,000 seats.
How many people watch the NBA?
According a recent study by a group of researchers at the University of New South Wales, an estimated 25 million people watch every game on an average night in the U.S. It estimates that roughly 9.6% of the U and A.B.C. households have cable TV.
What does this mean for the NFL’s salary cap?
While the NBA does not have a cap for salary, the league does have a contract with the NFL Players Association.
The contract allows the league to increase the salary cap by up to 50% in the event that the NFL makes significant changes to its salary structure.
With an average salary of $70 million, that could mean a salary cap increase of up to $200 million.
That will only be a temporary bump in the paychecks of the top earners.
Is the NFL set up to survive?
In addition to a cap increase, the contract also requires the league and the players union to negotiate new collective bargaining agreements.
One option would be to renegotiate the current CBA with the players and allow players to opt out.
That is something that would allow the players to continue to earn more money and make more money.
Other possible solutions include a “pay-to-play” system in which the teams would pay the players as they are paid, similar to how the NFL does.
That could give players an incentive to continue working in the league.
Why does it matter?
A number of factors make the NFL a perfect fit for a pay-to.
It’s the largest professional sports team in the history of the United State.
While most of the NFL has become a cash cow, the teams also earn huge salaries for players.
They also enjoy a great relationship with the league, and it helps the league avoid the problems associated with a pay structure that is more than 50% based on revenue.
More than 70% of NFL games are broadcast in the English-language markets, making it the most-watched league in America.
Despite the enormous popularity of the teams, many fans are wary of the salary caps and what could happen if they’re not paid fairly.
“The fact that there are players that are earning money at the NFL level, that are doing something they love and that have their fans cheering them on, that has a huge impact on the players,” said ESPN’s Kevin Seifert.
“The owners are going to need to be very cognizant that the fans and the fans of other leagues, the owners, need to understand that they are in a much different place when you look at the NBA.
Are they in a position where they can do something about it?”ESPN’s Sean Grande asked the league last year about potential changes to the CBA.
He said that the league could negotiate changes that could make it