The NBA and its jerseys are selling for a record $1.2 billion, which is more than the entire gross domestic product of Canada.
That’s the most ever for the league.
The NBA’s revenue comes from TV rights, sponsorships, ticket sales, merchandise and merchandise and related licensing fees.
That number has grown by over $1 billion a year since the NBA bought the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets in 1996.
It is a record number of NBA jerseys, and one that we’ll be able to see on the court as teams attempt to get to the NBA Finals.
This is a lot of money, and it has made the NBA the most popular sport in the world.
And yet, it’s only half the story.
Here are the other things that you need to know about the NBA.
The league’s record-breaking sales of NBA apparel and gear: The jersey industry has grown at a faster rate than other sports.
The last three years have seen a 25 percent jump in sales of league apparel, according to the Sports Industry Association.
In the first half of 2017, that jumped to nearly 100 percent.
In 2017, Adidas sold more than 12 million basketball jerseys.
This is the second straight year that the NBA has topped the $1B mark in jersey sales.
In 2016, Adidas made $890 million in jersey revenue.
In 2017, the NBA had over 690 million jersey sales, and a staggering 3.7 million players.
That means that more than half of the NBA players wear a jersey, which means that players can wear any kind of jersey.
And for the first time in a long time, a majority of players wear jerseys, with 82 percent of players identifying as either a “traditional” or a “power” player.
More than 3,300 players wore jerseys in 2017.
There were more players wearing a jersey than ever before.
A whopping 71 percent of NBA players in 2017 wore a jersey.
That is a massive increase from the past two years.
Only 14 percent of the league’s players are wearing a uniform.
The average NBA player has been wearing a hoodie for six seasons.
As of last season, only 12.2 percent of team jerseys were sold.
This was the highest percentage ever.
NBA players have been wearing jersey collars for years.
In fact, the league is the only sport in which more than 80 percent of jerseys have been worn by an NBA player.
There are currently more than 2,700 NBA players with collar collars.
For the first year in a while, NBA players have not only been wearing jerseys, they’ve been wearing collars, too.
Teams are buying the same type of jerseys as the players themselves.
One reason for this is that players are more than happy to wear collars on the sidelines.
In order to compete in the NBA, teams have to be able wear a uniform and jerseys.
When a team is on the road, it doesn’t matter how many times it plays in a game, a uniform has to be worn.
That makes it harder for teams to wear jerseys that don’t fit well on their players, and that makes it more likely that a player will take a hit in the back.
When the league began, teams could wear jerseys but not collars during games.
Players are still wearing collar collars in 2017, but they are being worn less.
The percentage of jerseys worn by players fell from 79 percent to 75 percent.
Every team in the league now has a uniform that has been worn more than 100 times by a player.
It was a trend that began with the Golden State Warriors.
Before this season, the majority of teams wore uniforms that were more than 90 percent worn by a single player.
In recent years, that number has fallen to a little over 40 percent.
The trend is not surprising, since the majority wear collared jerseys in the first place.
Now, players can only wear a helmet with a helmet logo on the front.
“We are seeing a trend of players wearing collared uniforms,” said Kevin Pelton, the head of apparel at Nike.
“That is a trend we expect to continue.”
“Our players are doing it because they want to.
They know it’s an important part of their identity,” Pelton said.
“They know that wearing a collar is important for the game and that it can protect them against hits, and they want the players who wear them to wear them.
We’re seeing a lot more players wear collar jerseys.”
This season, 76 percent of league players have worn a jersey that is either a power, traditional or traditional power, according, to Sports Illustrated.
Of the teams that have worn jerseys in recent years that are more traditional than collared, 32 percent have worn collared shirts.
In addition, players are getting more aggressive with their jersey wearing. If