The NBA is changing its rules governing the compensation of its players and the number of teams it can field.
And the world, of course, will know the answer.
Here’s what’s happening now.
When the NBA and its players signed a collective bargaining agreement in 2011, it required each team to pay players at least $100 million annually.
That money would go to the player’s team in a guaranteed, player-controlled fashion.
The league would then use the money to make the players better, so the player would have a better chance to get paid for the rest of his or her career.
The money would also cover the cost of uniforms, merchandise and other gear the players wear.
But it was never fully clear how the money would be used.
The league eventually settled on a formula that allows teams to pay more to their stars, but it’s unclear exactly how much.
This year, the NBA said the formula will change to allow teams to give their stars at least the same amount they paid players last year.
That change could make the NBA richer, but that doesn’t mean it will make the league less attractive to players.
The most obvious change is the addition of a new salary cap.
The salary cap is a new, $200 million revenue source the NBA will have to pay each team, but the league is still waiting to see how it will work before making any decisions about how much to pay its stars.
This is because the NBA only wants to use the revenue from the new cap to pay the salaries of players, and the league doesn’t want to risk hurting its players by not having a better deal.
If you’re an NBA player and you want to make more money, you should consider joining a team.
If you’re a coach or general manager who wants to get better, you shouldn’t worry too much about the salary cap because the money is already there.
The new salary structure has some significant benefits for the NBA.
The new system gives teams more money to spend, but there’s also more incentive for teams to sign big free agents to bolster their rosters.
Players like Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul and DeMarcus Cousins are likely to be on teams that are willing to pay big bucks for them.
The NBA also has more money in its cap, which means teams have to make up for some of the lost revenue.
But that will have less of an impact on the league’s overall revenue, which will be about $2.4 billion in 2020.
The other major change is a salary cap-friendly new TV deal that kicks in in 2021 and will pay teams an average of $1.2 billion a year.
The salary cap won’t affect the TV contracts for NBA teams, but they will get more money and a lot more of it.
That is a major change that will impact the way teams are going to build their rosters, but not necessarily the way they are going “into the playoffs.”
The teams that were already profitable last season, such as the Oklahoma City Thunder, will now be profitable.
If the league makes a good-faith effort to expand the salary structure and reduce the salary caps of other teams, that might lead to some teams being able to attract star free agents who want to play in the NBA next season.
Some teams might also decide to add a salary floor for their players, which would allow them to add players in increments and still have enough money left over to afford to keep those players.
This would lower the overall cap for teams but would not significantly reduce their revenue.
The change is also a major boon to the teams that have already signed big free-agent signings.
The Minnesota Timberwolves signed Derrick Rose, the Milwaukee Bucks signed Giannis Antetokounmpo and the New Orleans Pelicans signed Josh Richardson, who signed with the New York Knicks and will become an unrestricted free agent next summer.
They’ll all be able to afford the salaries they were getting before.
If the salary floor changes, it will likely cause some teams to look elsewhere for players, especially after teams lose a significant amount of money on players who were not on their roster.
That could happen because of the cap, or because a team could decide to trade away some of its own free agents.
The New Orleans Hornets were one of those teams.
Last year, Minnesota traded for Derrick Rose and signed Gianni Versace.
They signed DeMarcus Favors and DeMar DeRozan.
They also signed Josh Smith and Reggie Bullock.
The Hornets have a $1 million cap, and they have a total of $23.8 million left on their cap.
They have a combined $31 million in salary for next season, which makes them one of the NBAs richest teams.
They were also one of only three teams to win a playoff series last season.
If they lose $3.7 million this season, they would be the lowest-salaried team in the