Forbes NBA Most Valueable Teams 2017 - Blazers ranked 16th

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    Did anyone else find it strange that the picture they have for the Blazers, showed Brandon Roy?
     
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    No, it's saying that they're making $41.2M in profit, before taxes. You can get their operating expenses by subtracting the operating income figure from the revenue figure, assuming Forbes is correct with all the numbers.
     
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    Picture I saw was Plumlee.
     
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    When I clicked on it I got Ed Davis who ironically is going against Jusuf Nurkic.
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    NOI is profit directly from operating an asset, in this case the team. It doesn't include less direct payments...taxes, debt principal and interest payments, capital expenditures like building a new stadium, depreciation and amortization.

    http://www.forbes.com/nba-valuations/list/#header:debtValue_sortreverse:true

    I sorted by Debt/Value. Taxpayers in Milwaukee and Sacramento didn't let their teams off the hook in paying for new arenas.
     
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    A 137 Million dollar surplus and we can't win at home. We should have accountants for cheerleaders
     
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    We don't have a $137M surplus. $41M is not the amount of cost we generate, it's the income. $137M is opex.

    It's a very healthy profit for a sports organization on that level of income. Big market teams predictably generate a much higher revenue (close to $400M for Knicks and Lakers) but still far off Manchester United or Real Madrid.
     

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