Why the NBA is losing so much talent to other leagues: The NBA is failing to keep up with the changing landscape

It’s hard to tell where this article’s going to end.

The NBA has been a bit of a revolving door of talent since the league expanded in 1999.

It started out as the premier professional basketball league in the United States.

It has had some great players, some really great coaches, and some really bad coaches.

The Warriors, for example, are considered the best team in the world.

The Raptors and Heat have had some of the best coaching careers in the league.

The Mavericks and Rockets are the best teams in the NBA, and the Kings, Suns, and Knicks are some of, if not the best in the country.

But they all have their moments.

For instance, the last few years, there has been an influx of top talent into the NBA.

Some of the players we’re talking about here are superstars.

The next generation of stars, meanwhile, are finding it hard to make it in this league.

As the league has expanded, so has the number of superstars in the game.

And while some of these stars are finding success elsewhere, the players who are stuck in the old NBA don’t have the same kind of fan base that they did in the previous generation.

They’re not getting the attention they deserve.

To be fair, there are a few reasons for this.

First, there’s the fact that the league is getting older.

The median age of the NBA players was 32.6 in 2016-17, up from 31.4 in 2015-16.

In 2020-21, the median age was 32, up slightly from 32.5 in 2020-19.

The average age of NBA players in 2020 was 34.3, up three years from last season.

But that doesn’t mean we’ve reached the end of the line for this generation.

The top five players in the 2020-20 NBA had a median age in 2020 of 33.1.

The players with the best averages in 2020 were players who had an average age in 2021 of 31.5, up one year from last year.

The worst players in this age bracket, by contrast, had an age in the mid-30s, down three years.

The league also lost more players during the 2020s.

The last four players who made the All-NBA team in 2021-22 were players like James Harden, Chris Paul, and Kevin Durant.

That’s not good news for players like Kawhi Leonard, Andrew Wiggins, and Anthony Davis, who had a combined age of 31 in 2020.

The number of players who have been traded to other teams in 2020 is also down.

This year alone, the NBA added five players to the trade list, down from seven the previous year.

That includes players like DeAndre Jordan, Kyle Lowry, and Josh Richardson, who joined the New Orleans Pelicans this year.

As of March 6, the league had lost four players from its roster.

That makes this the most active summer in the history of the league, and there’s reason to believe it won’t be the last.

The biggest problem is that these players are making money in other leagues.

For example, the Warriors are the highest-paid team in basketball, with a total payroll of $72.7 million in 2019-20, according to Basketball Reference.

The San Antonio Spurs are second, at $63.7.

In the 2016-2017 NBA season, the Los Angeles Lakers had a salary cap of $67.3 million, according