2020 NBA Team Ranking According to Revenues

December 12, 2020

The 2020 NBA had 30 teams participating in it and had some brilliant players on them. These teams have a huge fanbase across the globe and deal with different fans supporting their players. All these teams have a lot of revenue coming in for them and compete with each other to be the most valuable NBA team in the world. Let us have a look at the 2020 NBA teams ranked based on its revenues or valuation posted by Forbes:

New York Knicks: $4.6 billion

Los Angeles Lakers: $4.4 billion

Golden State Warriors: $4.3 billion

Chicago Bulls: $3.2 billion

Boston Celtics: $3.1 billion

Los Angeles Clippers: $2.6 billion

Brooklyn Nets: $2.5 billion

Houston Rockets: $2.475 billion

Dallas Mavericks: $2.4 billion

Toronto Raptors: $2.1 billion

Philadelphia 76ers: $2 billion

Miami Heat: $1.95 billion

Portland Trail Blazers: $1.85 billion

San Antonio Spurs: $1.8 billion

Sacramento Kings: $1.775 billion

Washington Wizards: $1.75 billion

Phoenix Suns: $1.625 billion

Denver Nuggets: $1.6 billion

Milwaukee Bucks: $1.58 billion

Oklahoma City Thunder: $1.575 billion

Utah Jazz: $1.55 billion

Indiana Pacers: $1.525 billion

Atlanta Hawks: $1.52 billion

Cleveland Cavaliers: $1.51 billion

Charlotte Hornets: $1.5 billion

Detroit Pistons: $1.45 billion

Orlando Magic: $1.43 billion

Minnesota Timberwolves: $1.375 billion

New Orleans Pelicans: $1.35 billion

Memphis Grizzlies: $1.3 billion


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