So it got me thinking about Clippers riding such waves or the ship causing such conditions (hurricanes).
And a price is whatever someone is willing to pay for it.
And someone said, "it's mine for a BILLION", and proceeded to drop mic.
The Clippers?! Are they a metastasized shift for the worldwide franchises in sports?
They're not even the Lakers.
The Canadian money is looney right now. In other words, teams in the states here are at an advantage according to the exchange rate. How easily can a wave crash or a penguin float on such conditions? It makes the money look better for a puck landing in Seattle. Just stirring the thought pot.
I have a couple points. People buy on emotion and multi-billions can buy. TV ratings are more important than ticket sales. That bodes well for the likes of you, Arkansas.
And since I love to indulge in relocation/colocations I have alternatives for an abandoned Pittsburgh and disappearance from the Carolina Triangle: Allow me to indulge, even in unlikelihoods.
I wish one of these leagues would do something innovative. But I also understand the price games. By now, shouldn't billionaires be footing the bill? It's not like it's only a sugar daddy relationship with business and fandom.
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