Posted October 13, 2018 06:31:13This is one of the most controversial topics in sports right now.
Fox Sports announced last week that it would not air its NBA Finals coverage.
They cited their commitment to the NBA, as well as their commitment as a broadcasting partner of the NBA.
This was a major blow to the sport and a huge blow to fans of the league.
The announcement has created quite the stir on social media, and has been widely condemned as a move that harms the game of basketball.
It’s a shame to hear that the NBA is the most watched sports in the world.
The NBA has had a reputation for being a one-sided sport, and the Warriors have been a team that has won championships.
If they win the championship, I can guarantee fans of other teams will watch and be upset about the fact that the league will not air their games.
However, I think the NBA’s decision to cut ties with the Finals is a good one.
The league has been a huge supporter of the community and its athletes, and I think fans of both teams will look back on this decision with fond memories.
I do think it’s fair to question Fox Sports decision to pull out of the Finals.
While I think this was a mistake on their part, I also think the league has done a good job of building their brand and building its image with the people that are fans of it.
For the most part, the league’s decision does not affect the ratings, which have been good and are a good indicator of the quality of the show.
Fox is one sports network that does have some positive ratings, and it’s the most successful of the networks.
They have been the most profitable network, and they have made great strides in their ratings over the past few years.
I think it makes sense for the NBA to keep supporting the league and not get into another debate about whether or not the league should continue to support the game.
I don’t think it will hurt their brand in any way.
The decision to leave the Finals was a great one, and Fox Sports should have stayed with the NBA until the league agreed to an agreement to continue airing games.
This will make it easier for fans of all teams to watch and support their teams in the future.
I know the NBA had other issues to deal with as well.
The team was forced to trade its two star players in Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony.
The Cavs and Warriors are both trying to rebuild.
If the NBA and the league owners decide to do something different, they will have a lot of time to make adjustments to make sure fans of each team are treated equally in the NBA as well and are treated as valued members of the franchise.
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