How NBA players are changing the landscape of professional basketball


The NBA has long struggled with its fans.

The sport is still very much a “giant” business, and as a result, its players have been given a lot of leeway.

But that’s about to change.

A new report from Forbes shows that there’s one player that the NBA has been neglecting to pay, and it’s not even the best in the league.

Forbes has compiled a list of the 10 highest-paid players in the NBA, with the average player making $3.3 million per year.

The most valuable player in the history of the league, Tim Duncan, made $11.8 million.

He’s currently one of the highest-earning players in league history, but he’s not the only one making a ton of money.

Chris Paul is currently the highest paid player in NBA history, with $12.6 million.

The next closest player is Carmelo Anthony, with just $7.6-million.

Now, that’s not a lot, but it’s more than the combined income of all but six players in NBA History.

The list includes guys like Charles Barkley, Kevin Garnett, and Shaquille O’Neal, to name a few.

This is one of many factors that make the NBA such a lucrative business.

Forbes reports that the average salary of a player in Major League Baseball is $22.6M.

The NBA, by comparison, is making more than $100M in profit a year.

But the NBA isn’t making the same amount of money off the players they have.

The average NBA player makes about $4.3M a year, and according to Forbes, they make up just 9.7% of all players in professional basketball.

This puts the league behind the NBA and Major League Soccer, who are both making millions off their players.

That’s not great, but for a sport that has become so lucrative, it’s still a small fraction of what the NBA is making.

There’s also one major problem with this list: The players on this list aren’t even the top 10 players in their respective leagues.

According to Forbes: The 10 most valuable players in all of professional sports are: Tim Duncan ($3.7M), Chris Paul ($7.5M), LeBron James ($5.7MM), Kevin Durant ($5MM), Kobe Bryant ($5M) and Kobe Bryant’s $5.3MM.

In all of sports, that means that if you’re a star player, you’ll probably make more than a superstar.

So the NBA’s stars, by and large, aren’t making enough money to justify the salaries they’re making.

Nowhere is this more apparent than in the salary cap, where players like Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, and Kobe are all making money, while others are making less.

This means that the players who make the most money are the ones who are making the least.

The 10 richest players in baseball make $2.9M a season.

The bottom 10 are all at about $1M a game.

The top 10 are making just $800,000.

This isn’t to say that these players aren’t worth their money, but when you consider that there are more than 10 NBA players making $5-million-plus a year (Kevin Durant), it makes the salary of one of them seem like a steal.

It’s an easy thing to forget about, but the NBA seems to be making it easier for itself.

Here’s the list of players who have earned the most and made the least money over the last 15 years: 1.

LeBron James: $10.7 Million 2.

Kevin Durant: $7 Million 3.

Chris Bosh: $5 Million 4.

Chris Webber: $3 Million 5.

Dwight Howard: $2 Million 6.

Kobe Bryant: $1 Million 7.

Carmelo Perry: $800K 8.

Steve Nash: $600K 9.

Jason Kidd: $400K 10.

Kobe and Chris Paul: $300K

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