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The Jump breaks down an article by Brian Windhorst and Zach Lowe addressing the financial imbalance among NBA teams.

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  • LALakers213
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    It's all BS. Teams are going to claim as many losses as possible on paper to keep their IRS bills as low as possible. Plus, its a great way to gouge the players for more money the next time they negotiate the CBA.

    No owner buys an NBA team for cash flow. They buy to flip the team a decade or so down the road for ridiculous profit. The previous Rockets owner bought the team for $88 million and just sold it for $2.2 BILLION. That's the game. Not yearly cash flow.

    And if you buy a team in Milwaukee, Orlando, or Charlotte you already know you won't make the money the Lakers and Knicks make. But again they aren't doing it for cash flow. It's all for the flip.

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