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Knicks, Warriors, Lakers among most valuable NBA franchises

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The New York Knicks are the most valuable NBA franchise, worth $5.42 billion, according to...

The New York Knicks are the most valuable NBA franchise, worth $5.42 billion, according to Sportico‘s 2021 NBA franchise valuations ranking list.

Rounding out the top-five is the Golden State Warriors ($5.21 billion), Los Angeles Lakers ($5.14 billion), Brooklyn Nets ($3.40 billion) and Boston Celtics ($3.18 billion).

Below is the full 30-team list:

  1. New York Knicks – $5.42 billion
  2. Golden State Warriors – $5.21 billion
  3. Los Angeles Lakers – $5.14 billion
  4. Brooklyn Nets – $3.40 billion
  5. Boston Celtics – $3.18 billion
  6. Chicago Bulls – $3.14 billion
  7. Houston Rockets – $2.77 billion
  8. Los Angeles Clippers – $2.63 billion
  9. Dallas Mavericks – $2.58 billion
  10. Toronto Raptors – $2.55 billion
  11. Philadelphia 76ers – $2.50 billion
  12. Miami Heat – $2.38 billion
  13. San Antonio Spurs – $2.05 billion
  14. Washington Wizards – $2.05 billion
  15. Portland Trail Blazers – $1.91 billion
  16. Milwaukee Bucks – $1.86 billion
  17. Sacramento Kings – $1.84 billion
  18. Denver Nuggets – $1.77 billion
  19. Cleveland Cavaliers – $1.74 billion
  20. Detroit Pistons – $1.74 billion
  21. Utah Jazz – $1.71 billion
  22. Oklahoma City Thunder – $1.66 billion
  23. Phoenix Suns – $1.64 billion
  24. Indiana Pacers – $1.55 billion
  25. Atlanta Hawks – $1.54 billion
  26. Orlando Magic – $1.53 billion
  27. Charlotte Hornets – $1.51 billion
  28. Minnesota Timberwolves – $1.43 billion
  29. Memphis Grizzlies – $1.36 billion
  30. New Orleans Pelicans – $1.35 billion

The average NBA franchise is worth nearly $2.4 billion, down two percent as a direct result from the pandemic, according to data compiled by Sportico.

The cumulative revenue for the NBA’s 30 teams of $8.3 billion was down from the previous, non-COVID-impacted season by roughly 10 percent, while national revenues (accrued predominantly from the league’s broadcast and sponsorship deals, as well as its licensing program) dropped only two percent.

In what was an unpredictable year for the NBA, there was a level of stability, even with the completion of the 2019-2020 season in a bubble at Orlando’s Walt Disney World.

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