History of the NBA and A Vision Statement of Its Future
The National Basketball League is an international professional basketball organization in North America. The league consists of 30 different teams and is among the four main professional sports leagues in this country and Canada. It is also the second most popular professional American professional sport league, after the National Football League. It has a wide following both domestically and internationally.
Over the years the NBA has evolved into a very large international business. The salary cap that allows the league to attract great players like Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and today’s stars such as Lebron James and Chris Paul has also helped the NBA earn huge amounts of revenue. It has also set some records with respect to television coverage and other media rights. The league also has several unique marketing and promotional activities going on each year, which helps it keep up with the other major sports leagues. The NBA has also developed a vision statement, which it uses to attract fans and media coverage.
The most interesting thing about the NBA is that it organizes a play-in tournament to decide the champions in its conference every year. There are six teams in each conference and every year to play in the playoffs. The play-ins consist of teams that did not make it to the top three in their conference, as well as teams from other conferences who play for a spot in the play-ins. There is no real difference in the field between teams who make it to the play-ins and those that don’t; it’s just the playoffs that give each team an opportunity to prove themselves and show what they can do.