Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, 2020 was rough for the NBA. It had to pause its operations for several months. Though the league could play the postseason, fans still haven’t been able to attend the matches, putting a significant dent in projected revenues for the coming year.
Despite the financial challenges faced by many of the NBA’s franchises in 2020, the teams’ overall value continues to increase. While it’s the most modest year-over-year rise since 2010, Forbes estimates that average team values are up by about 4% from last year.
Let us look at the list of 2021 NBA franchise valuations, as per Forbes: