The NBA is celebrating its 20th season of TV deals.
But it’s not only a good deal for fans.
It’s also a great deal for the NBA.
In an industry that’s been in freefall for years, this new agreement with the league’s cable and satellite companies has been the result of decades of careful and calculated negotiation, a process that began with the NBA’s initial merger with the National Basketball Association in 1961.
In the new television deals, NBA TV is getting $12.5 billion annually, a huge jump from the $10.6 billion the league was receiving in the old deal.
This is the first time in history that an NBA TV contract has received a bigger payout than any other major sports league.
In fact, this is the second time in a decade that the league is getting the biggest increase in television money, after the $8.8 billion the NBA received in 2009.
In addition, this deal is the largest of any major league sports league in terms of total annual TV revenue.
The league also has a new TV rights deal with ESPN that will pay the league about $15 million per year.
The biggest TV deal of all comes in the form of a new multi-year TV deal that the NBA has negotiated with Comcast SportsNet, ESPN, and TNT that will provide the league with a combined $30 million per season for the next five years.
This deal is also the biggest in the history of the NBA, topping out at $36 million per team.
The NBA also announced a new television rights deal to bring in a new generation of NBA fans, which includes a $10 million television commitment to the NFL Network and $20 million per game commitment to Fox Sports 1.
That’s $6 million per subscriber, which is a huge boost for the league.
But the biggest news of all is that the new deal will allow the league to expand its digital offerings and add to its already impressive lineup of exclusive live events.
The new TV deals will also help the NBA stay in a position of strength as it faces competition from other sports leagues, like the NFL and the NBAPA.
It also helps the league, which has been losing subscribers in the last few years, that the deals are so huge, as ESPN’s new subscriber growth was only about 5 percent in the first quarter of 2018.
The deal will also allow the NBA to make sure it stays in a strong position to make its big free agency moves.
If a team wants to take a big risk on a player who’s not as talented as they thought he was, the league can do that.
And the NBA is getting better at it every year.
Last year, the NBA signed free agents to new deals, and signed veteran players to new contracts.
And this year, players like Klay Thompson, DeMar DeRozan, and LeBron James have all made new deals with new teams, and the league has also signed several veterans to new team contracts.
All of this is good news for the future of the league and its future success, and this new TV agreement with Comcast and ESPN is another step toward that.
In its new TV contract, the NFL is getting a big chunk of its $30 billion, and it’s also getting a huge chunk of the money the NBA gets from its TV deal.
But when it comes to the NBA and its TV rights, the new deals make up only a small part of the picture.
It is still possible for a team to sign a star player like Kobe Bryant to a long-term contract, or it can sign an All-Star player like Kawhi Leonard to a new contract that is a massive boost to the league overall.
But there are also a lot of other opportunities to sign stars, like Giannis Antetokounmpo or Carmelo Anthony, or to trade away players like Pau Gasol or Joakim Noah.
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The NFL and NBA are a lot more in sync when it come to TV rights than they were when they first merged.
The two leagues started out with very different vision for the sports business, and they are still in very different places right now.
But now that they are in the same business, they have an opportunity to work together to make this a much more successful league.
The bottom line is that this new television deal will help both the NBA in terms