The NBA has thirty teams

  • The NBA has 30 teams, but it doesn't mean the NBA has 30 owners, because many teams have big shareholders and minority shareholders. Now I'd like to introduce you to the owners of the NBA and their history.

     

    On May 30, 2014, former Microsoft CEO Steve ballmer won the title race for the NBA's Los Angeles clippers with a record $2 billion bid. The deal also awaits the approval of the clippers' current boss, wife Donald sterling, and 29 other NBA owners. It's worth noting that the $2 billion offer created the record for the NBA's most recent acquisition LOLGA of an NBA franchise, with the bucks being the dominant player, with a final price of $550 million. It is also the most expensive in North America since the Los Angeles dodgers' $2.1 billion transfer in 2012.

     

    Like the clippers, Paul Allen, a sports enthusiast, started off as a Microsoft. Maybe some small fans don't know, but do you know Bill Gates? Bill Gates has borrowed money from Paul Allen. Paul Allen is co-founder of Microsoft. As a child, Alan was allergic to grass, so he seldom took part in sports, but it did not prevent him from becoming a good sports spectator. He loves basketball and football. So in 1997, Allen became the owner of the Seattle seahawks, the NFL's Seattle seahawks, for $200 million. In 1998, he paid $70 million for the NBA Portland trail blazers, in 2000-2001 season, Allen's Portland is a record in the league: six all-star players to join the team total wages as much as $86.5 million, ranking the first league.