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2021 NBA: Forbes’ NBA Franchise Valuations Ranking List

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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:

1. New York Knicks: $5 billion

2. Golden State Warriors: $4.7 billion

3. Los Angeles Lakers: $4.6 billion

4. Chicago Bulls: $3.3 billion

5. Boston Celtics: $3.2 billion

6. Los Angeles Clippers: $2.75 billion

7. Brooklyn Nets: $2.65 billion

8. Houston Rockets: $2.5 billion

9. Dallas Mavericks: $2.45 billion

10. Toronto Raptors: $2.15 billion

11. Philadelphia 76ers: $2.075 billion

12. Miami Heat: $2 billion

13. Portland Trail Blazers: $1.9 billion

14. San Antonio Spurs: $1.85 billion

15. Sacramento Kings: $1.825 billion

16. Washington Wizards: $1.8 billion

17. Phoenix Suns: $1.7 billion

18. Utah Jazz: $1.66 billion

19. Denver Nuggets: $1.65 billion

20. Milwaukee Bucks: $1.625 billion

21. Oklahoma City Thunder: $1.575 billion

22. Cleveland Cavaliers: $1.56 billion

23. Indiana Pacers: $1.55 billion

24. Atlanta Hawks: $1.52 billion

25. Charlotte Hornets: $1.5 billion

26. Orlando Magic: $1.46 billion

27. Detroit Pistons: $1.45 billion

28. Minnesota Timberwolves: $1.4 billion

29. New Orleans Pelicans: $1.35 billion

30. Memphis Grizzlies: $1.3 billion

Written By
Anshula Pattanayak

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