Unformatted text preview: Quantitative examples of the economy include teams in the big markets, such as Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, have shown their net income were substantially greater then teams in smaller markets. Team qualitative example is that none of the league losses are related to team purchase or sale accounting. Owners want to reduce revenue for the players but it’s still hard for both sides to agree. League officials claim that 22 out of 30 teams would lose money. If teams are playing more games then the more money the owners are losing. With the economy affecting everyone, fans don’t have as much disposable incomes....
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- Fall '08
- Macroeconomics, Strict guidelines, National Basketball Association, Key Economic Indicators