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Moke Hamilton is an NBA Cap Analyst and law school graduate that covers the league and its New York City based teams for SheridanHoops and SportsNet New York.
Moke is a contributor to Bleacher Report's Court Vision Blog and loves nothing more than discussing trends in player movement, free agency and the business that is the National Basketball Association.
I think I saw you on Etrain wed after the game. Yes/No?
Moke is this all this all that makes up NBA BRI, cause if thats it where does the players have a leg to stand on?
13. What is included in Basketball Related Income (BRI)?
Basketball Related Income (BRI) essentially includes any income received by the NBA, NBA Properties or NBA Media Ventures. This includes:
•Regular season gate receipts
•Exhibition game proceeds
•Playoff gate receipts
•Novelty, program and concession sales (at the arena and in team-identified stores within proximity of an NBA arena)
•Proceeds from team sponsorships
•Proceeds from team promotions
•Arena club revenues
•Proceeds from summer camps
•Proceeds from non-NBA basketball tournaments
•Proceeds from mascot and dance team appearances
•Proceeds from beverage sale rights
•40% of proceeds from arena signage
•40% of proceeds from luxury suites
•45% - 50% of proceeds from arena naming rights
•Proceeds from other premium seat licenses
•Proceeds received by NBA Properties, including international television, sponsorships, revenues from NBA Entertainment, the All-Star Game, the McDonald's Championship and other NBA special events.
Some of the things specifically not included in BRI are proceeds from the grant of expansion teams, fines, and revenue sharing (e.g. luxury tax).
Nice shout out on the Blog, Moke!