A new tool from the NBA is shedding light on the difference in how the teams are structured in the modern NBA and in the days of baseball.
The tool, known as NBA TradeWatch, is designed to help players and teams make trade decisions.
For the most part, the tools on the NBA Trade Watch website are based on information from the teams.
But some players and fans have suggested that some of the information on the site is outdated, inaccurate or completely wrong.
The NBA Tradewatch website uses the following metrics to measure the value of teams in the NBA: a team’s record in a season; how many wins the team has; its current position in the standings; and the average salary per win for a team.
The average salary of a team is calculated by taking the value added to the team per win and dividing it by the team’s win total.
For example, a team that has the ninth-best record in the league is worth $11.50 million per win, or $5.50 per win.
This value is then divided by the number of games in which the team is in the top eight.
In a 162-game season, for example, the NBA tradewatch website would say that the value is $12.50, which means the average value of a 162 game season is $13.50.
The teams are then broken down into two categories based on the league average salary.
The top 10 teams in each of those categories receive an average of $1.10 million per game.
The bottom 10 teams receive $1 million.
The highest-paid teams receive only $1,000 per win or $1 per win in the bottom two categories.
The top-10 teams receive the most money for a 162 games.
The lowest-paid receive only about $200 per win per 162 game.
The bottom-10 get the least money.
For example, in the past, teams in this category would get the most out of their trades for prospects and young players.
In today’s NBA, however, there are more young players and more young teams.
So, instead of giving each team a $1-million bonus for every win the team makes, the league now allows the top-five teams to get $1 billion in compensation for each win the franchise wins.
The difference between the NBA’s top-ten and bottom-five positions is now about $4 million per team, or about $13 million per 162-games season.
The difference is even larger for the top 10, which would get $10.7 million per match, or nearly $20 million per season.
The biggest difference in salary between teams in a 162 team season is that the bottom-three teams get $6 million more than the top three.
The teams in third place and above get only $4.3 million more per match.
That difference can have a huge impact on a team like the Sacramento Kings, who are projected to get just $6.5 million in salary over the next 10 seasons.
That difference is because the bottom three teams have a $3 million difference in payroll.
For the purposes of this article, we’re going to ignore the difference of $6-million per win that teams are paid in each season and focus on how much they can earn over the course of a season.
Below is the data for the Sacramento and Cleveland franchises over the last decade.
The team with the highest salary per winning season is the Sacramento Warriors, which are projected at about $16.3-million annually.
The next highest-salary-per-win team is the New York Knicks, at about 10.8-million.
The third-highest-salaried team is Minnesota Timberwolves, which is projected at 11.9-million over the same 10-year span.
The fourth-highest salary-per win team is Golden State Warriors, with an average salary-to-win ratio of 9.6-to1.
The fifth-highest is the Boston Celtics, with a salary-based salary-win percentage of 13.4-to 1.
The next lowest salary-salaring team is Atlanta Hawks, at $2.6 million per winning year.