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The NBA Is Definitely Going To Put Ads On Jerseys One Day: Embrace It!

The NBA's been complaining about revenue struggles since before this summer's lockout began, and even this year, when ratings are higher than ever and the league's recovered from the lockout quicker than anyone expected, league execs are careful to note that the NBA is still losing money. All of which is to say that the NBA selling ad space on jerseys is inevitable, and always has been.
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