I immediately looked down at the bottom of the list, and I saw New Orleans. And I said, "Hey, at least the Bucks aren't at the bottom." Then I couldn't find them, and I realized that the page was listing only 1-25. I flip to the second page, which has 26-29 on it, and there the Bucks are, all the way down at the bottom.
I should have known.
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What I find to be more interesting is that while a decent amount of teams reported income losses, only the Trailblazers actually lost value over the past year. Granted, that's not surprising when you're hemorrhaging money to the tune of $47 million, but you have to wonder if signing a bunch of collective nutjobs and a lack of front-office vision just might be causing people not to attend games and buy merchandise.
I really like this for both teams, actually. Jefferson was infuriatingly inconsistent and you could tell he wasn't going to have much of a future given Rambis' love of the triangle AND the pieces they'd picked up thus far.