Darren Rovell expects the NBA and MGM to closely profit from partnering collectively heading into the 2018-19 season.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Of course the NBA should continue to look for additional revenue streams. You can only be called progressive if you continue to try new things or try things that work in other parts of the world. The NBA is the 3rd highest grossing sports league in the world although it may be the 2nd most popular sport in the world.

    The NFL grosses around 10.7 Billion in 2016
    Major League Baseball 7.6 Billion in 2017
    National Basketball Association 5.9 Billion in 16-17
    The Premiere League 5.2 Billion in 16-17

    The Premiere League only has 20 teams compared to 30 in the NBA and generated similar numbers. What business man would stop looking for ways to improve their league or increase the value of their product? Baseball is considered as a declining league but generates almost 2 billion more in revenue.

  2. Didn’t the MGM just file a lawsuit against the shooting victims of the Las Vegas Mass shooting from last year? Way to go NBA for picking just a wonderful corporation to work with. Was the MGM the only Casino in Vegas?

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