The NBA Finals aren’t the biggest sporting event on earth.
They’re also not as interesting to watch as the Olympics or the Super Bowl, where the spotlight is on the sport’s stars.
But it’s an important sport, one that provides millions of dollars in TV rights to teams and advertisers.
And it provides an important platform to the top athletes.
It’s also a highly coveted one, where a team with a strong fan base can make a deep run in the playoffs.
That’s why the NBA is ranked No. 1 on the sports-entertainment industry’s 2017 “best-of” list, and the top 10 most-viewed games of all time.
In 2018, the NBA became the first sports league to have three teams in the finals: the New Orleans Pelicans, Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors.
The first team to reach the NBA finals, in 2016, was the Chicago Bulls, who lost to the New York Knicks in seven games.
In 2017, the first team with four playoff appearances in a season was the Houston Rockets, who reached the NBA semifinals against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
And in 2018, a team in the first round had the same record as the reigning champion: Cleveland Cavaliers, who were swept in seven.
What’s more, the league has a history of making it easy for the best teams to win.
When the league expanded to 24 teams in 2020, the top-ranked teams from the previous season got a combined $2.9 billion in TV revenue, and each team received about half that amount from its own television rights, according to the Entertainment Software Association.
(The league doesn’t release that information, so it’s impossible to know exactly how much of that money goes to teams.)
As a result, the most successful franchises are often the ones that have the most fans and the biggest fan bases.
And that means it’s also easy for a franchise to become a perennial contender.
In the NBA’s early days, the Cleveland Cavaliers were the most popular team in terms of fans, according the NBA Network’s fan base database.
By 2020, it had reached the top spot.
The most popular teams are always a part of the conversation around the league, as is the one team that makes the most money.
But even after the Cavaliers left the top of the league for good, they were still the most-watched team in 2020.
Cleveland is not alone.
The Golden State Golden State is the most watched NBA franchise in terms to this point, according ESPN’s fan ratings, which include games that aired on the NBA GameDay Live network.
The Warriors, meanwhile, are the most visible team in 2016 and are the only one that made the playoffs in each of the past two seasons.
Both teams have had a strong season, but the Warriors have been the most consistent and most successful team.
Golden State has had two championships and won two NBA championships, the last one in 2016.
The Cavaliers have won three championships in a row.
The San Antonio Spurs are the second-most-wanted team in 2019, according Yahoo!
Sports’ fan base, with a total of 2.4 million fans.
They finished the year with the No. 3 fan base in the league and are among the most feared teams in sports.
It also helps that both the Warriors and Spurs are owned by the same billionaire, Kevin Durant.
They were part of Durant’s original NBA dynasty that helped make the NBA a billion-dollar business, but their time has come.
The NBA’s first billionaire owner was Jack Kent Cooke, a businessman who built the New Jersey Devils into a powerhouse, winning two Stanley Cups in the 1930s.
Cooke’s son, Sam, now runs the league’s parent company, Time Warner.
Sam also owns the New England Patriots, a professional football team that’s one of the most profitable teams in professional sports.
The Cavs are the franchise most likely to have a successful decade, according Time Warner’s fan rating.
Golden States’ fans are among those who’ve seen the Cavs go from a perennial playoff team to a team that has an edge over the other teams in its conference, including the Cleveland Browns, who finished third in 2019.
The New Orleans Saints, the team that won three of the last four Super Bowls, also had a decade of success in the NBA before being sold to the Falcons in 2019 for $2 billion.
The Spurs have a strong history, having won three titles in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.
They won four titles in a decade in the 1990s before being bought by the San Antonio franchise, which has gone through several owners.
The Rockets won four NBA championships in the late 1990s, including two by Bill Walton and Steve Kerr.
The Mavericks, who had a franchise in Dallas for six seasons before being purchased by the Dallas Mavericks, have a history with a winning streak of 16 straight years.
The Clippers, a franchise that won four championships