LeBron and his “comrades” officially killed NBA…
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I read that “The NBA Commissioner is scrambling right now, trying to get rid of any and all BLM and political messaging from his league, as the entire bottom begins falling out of the National Basketball Association,” and I couldn’t personally agree more!
Well put, Mr. Wayne Dupree.
What’s happening to the Big Nba and its King – LeBron?
Since he, without thinking, has decided to lead the whole organization on his back and support the BLM movement, and condemn the officers who killed George Floyd, NBA is going down.
The decision was made without ever once asking whether Americans WANT OR NEED social justice or politics in their sports ever. Also, the other variant – that you could feel bad for what happened to George Floyd WITHOUT JOINING THE BLM MOVEMENT is a possibility…don’t you think?
However, their shallow and not questioned foolish thinking has financially destroyed them, as well as their reputation.
According to a report published by Breitbart,
” The NBA has suffered another rating disaster, with ABC falling 45 percent since the 2011-12 season, while TNT was down 40 percent, and ESPN was off 20 percent. These ratings tumble is nothing new, granted. The past two NBA finals each have fallen one over the other, with last year’s down 51 percent to an all-time low for the championships. The worst was the final game, off nearly 70 percent year-over-year.”
“So far, the average viewership for the league’s games is only 2.83 million, according to The Athletic. For comparison, recent episodes of the NBC crime drama, The Blacklist, average about 3.3 million viewers, while one of ABC’s biggest shows, medical drama, The Good Doctor, averages just over four million per week. Historically, sports out earns any regular TV series,” the report concludes.
So, the NBA Commissioner finally decided that the NBA will leave aside the BLM as well as other political comments.
“My sense is there’ll be somewhat a return to normalcy, that those messages will largely be left to be delivered off the floor. And, I understand those people who are saying, ‘I’m on your side, but I want to watch a basketball game.”
Don’t you think that it is a little too late for this decision?