A report from The Vertical on Friday night revealed that the league’s TV deal with Time Warner Cable will be up for renewal next season, and the move will have a huge impact on the NBA as well as the league itself.
The Vertical said that the renewal deal for the NBA TV contract will run through 2021.
That will mean the NBA will have the opportunity to go into a new TV contract in 2022, which would be a long time for the league to get back into a broadcast contract.
It will also mean that the NBA is now locked in to a two-year TV contract, which means that the next two years of NBA television revenue is going to be going to the league.
That means that, if the league wants to continue to grow, it is going, by the numbers, to the point that the average viewership for a game is going be about 1.2 million viewers, down from the 1.6 million that was the average for last season.
That drop was driven primarily by the fact that fewer people are tuning in for games this season.
The NBA has been able to keep its ratings high in part because the NBA can keep its games on TV for so long, and because the average audience for a regular season game is 1.1 million.
This year, the average NBA game on TV was down 4% from last season, but that is not because of fewer people tuning in.
It was because fewer people were watching the games on the broadcast networks.
In fact, the drop in viewership from last year was largely due to a decrease in viewership for games that were not televised by ESPN, Fox or NBC.
In addition, there were fewer viewers watching those games on cable TV, which is a much more important part of the market for the NFL.
According to The Vertical’s report, the NFL’s average audience dropped to a total of 1.05 million viewers on broadcast networks and ESPN for the 2017 regular season.
Of that 1.01 million, only 2.8 million were tuned in to the NFL on broadcast.
Only 4.4 million were on cable.
And that is a huge drop.
In 2017, ESPN averaged 2.7 million viewers per game on broadcast and ESPNU averaged 1.3 million viewers.
ESPN also had a lower average viewership than the NBA for the 2016 season.
In that year, ESPN had 2.4 and the NBA had 2 million viewers each.
ESPN averaged 1 million viewers for its games, while ESPNU only averaged 2 million for its season.
Last season, the NBA averaged 1,936,000 viewers on TV and ESPN averaged 3.1,000 on TV.
This season, that number has been cut to 1,865,000.
This is a drop in the bucket, but ESPN has been in a tough spot this year, having been down a whopping 18% in the ratings for its sports shows on cable networks.
ESPN was in a similar position last season with the loss of games from the ESPN Olympics, which resulted in the network dropping 10% in ratings and a 9% drop in ratings for other sports shows.
The networks are going to have to find a way to make up for that in order to get the viewership numbers back to what they were in 2016.
That said, it would not be a bad idea for the networks to make the networks more available in order for people to watch more games.
The NFL and NBA will need to figure out how to get more people to pay for the games.
It may not be possible to reach every NFL fan on cable or satellite, and it may not even be possible for the leagues own TV networks to get everyone who is a cable or a satellite subscriber to watch games.
However, the networks have been doing a good job of trying to reach the average American fan, and that is something that has not been matched by the NBA.
The ratings for the 2018 NBA season, which starts in July, were up only 5% compared to the season before.
This was due to the fact the NBA Finals were downgraded from being broadcast to being on ESPN.
This could not have been a good thing for the fans.
The next time the NBA wants to expand its reach, they need to find another way to get those people who want to watch the games to tune in.