The National basketball league has 30 teams. That's a good number. It's an even number, so it can be divided in half, it gives most states a team to root for, and it just seems like it isn't too few.á The way it is currently situated, however, isn't perfect. More teams are in the playoffs than aren't. How does that work? A team that is just plain average still has the opportunity to win it all? It just doesn't seem right.á The NBA teams are also always being constantly re-located. New Jersey is moving to Brooklyn, and Sacramento may be in the process of moving too. The teams need more stability. Seattle, for example, sold its franchise after being in the league for over 40 years! True, having two more teams does not guarantee stability. I'm just looking for a reform. With 32 teams, 16 wo ...
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