NBA  > General NBA  > The Demise of Small Markets Teams... When?
August 11, 2012, 11:59 PM
Revenue Sharing, Salary Cap, BLAH BLAH BLAH....Small markets are on the brink of having their fan bases cut in half with the rise in popularity of the "super team." Orlando may not necessarily be a small market, but i can guarantee you their fan base has just been cut, and their following losing seasons won't help much either... The lakers land Dwight Howard after months of him requesting to be traded, and Lebron **** his way to a championship earlier this year... The "me" syndrome" is what I'd like to contribute to this growing problem with superstars aligning and screwing fans. What do you all think about this problem and where do you see the future of the NBA and smaller markets. Will there ever be a reduction in teams?.... Here's a stupid little video I just found depicting the NBA as a mess, If you don't enjoy south park then don't watch and just reply to the post.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gq8B5LaZCXo&feature=g- upl

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