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Competition, Search Volume, and Ad Revenue
Nba and search terms related to Nba are searched via blog search 501 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 10 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Nba, should earn roughly $11 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
Globally about $5 is spent advertising against Nba blogs per day. Use the knowledge of your search ranking and the competition factor to make an informed decision about how much of this market you can capture.
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Common Questions and Answers:
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Can A NBA Team Sign A International Basketball Player With Out Him Entering The Draft?From Basketball Forum:
Can a NBA team sign a international basketball player with out him entering the draft? Can a NBA team sign a international basketball player with out him entering the draft? Because the ca vs are looking at Ricky Ru bio, but he will be in the top 5 in the draft. Could the ca vs just sign him if he doesn't want to enter the draft?
Answer: If they have rights to him they can. that is kind of a slippery slope and that is why they have such strict rules and agents when it comes to drafting. he has to declare for the NBA or at least sign with the team if he goes as a free agent without rights.
How Will NBA Fans React If The Season Is Cancelled? Will The NBA Lose Fans For Good?From Basketball Forum:
How will NBA fans react if the season is cancelled? Will the NBA lose fans for good? At this point after meetings between the NBA preps/owners and NBA the two sides have made little 2 no movement about the revenue split and cap. Some people feel the season will not happen.
Answer: The NBA will lose a few fans for good. There are always those people who take a labor disagreement as a personal offense and refuse to watch a game ever again. Diehard fans will return as soon as play starts, grumbling maybe, but they'll still be there watching games. What the NBA will lose is the casual fan. Last year a lot of people tuned into the playoffs to see the "good guy" Ma vs go up against the "evil" Heat. If the season is delayed, or lost for good, those casual fans will find something else to do. They won't be lost forever, but bringing them back will be difficult.
How To Manually Update NBA K'S Roster In The Middle Of A Season?From Video & On line Games Forum:
How to manually update NBA K's roster in the middle of a season? After I updated the NBA K's roster, the season that I am playing crashed. I am unable to continue the season. How can I update the roster and continue with the season with the new roster? Since I do not play on line game, I did a manual update.
Answer: You have to manually update NBA K's roster before you start the season
When Was The Last Time The NBA Finals Started Before The Stanley Cup Finals?From Hockey Forum:
When was the last time the NBA finals started before the Stanley Cup finals? Even since I've been an NBA fan the Stanley Cup finals are usually an entire series ahead of the NBA playoffs. So while the NBA is wrapping up their conference finals the NHL is getting started on their finals. This has been the case every year that I can remember (29 year old die hard NBA fan) except this year. Does anyone know why this is? Has this ever happened before?
Answer: I guess it depends on many NBA games went 7 games. If I'm not mistaken, at least one series of every round went 7 games this year. I"m not sure if that helps...
How Does The NBA Draft System Accommodate The Teams That Make The Playoffs?From Basketball Forum:
How does the NBA Draft system accommodate the teams that make the Playoffs? I've been following the NBA since the start of the season and it's wonderful! It gets absolutely no coverage in England and if mentioned it's pretty much just dismissed as rubbish (Personally I think it may be preferable to Football/Soccer, which does seem criminal to contemplate). I've been trying to get my head around the rules and I don't think I'm doing too badly. I'm just unsure around the offensive 3 seconds in the key rule. I can't work out if the 3 seconds is; 3 seconds within the inner lines flanking the painted area, or, 3 seconds within the outer lines flanking the painted area (A foot or so outside the inner lines if I'm any making sense). Also, is the semi-circle within which a player takes a free throw considered part of this 3 second zone? Anyway, my main question surrounds the Draft. I know the 14 sides missing the playoffs go into a weighted Lottery, where the poorer a teams performance throughout the season, the greater their chance of getting the first pick. I'm just wondering how the playoff sides fit into the Draft. Do they miss out on any lotteries altogether and just go into the Draft in reverse order based on their results in the 2 confrences? Do they miss out on the Draft altogether? Do they have their own lottery where the poorest team in the playoffs gets the best chance at getting the Th pick? I've got no idea. I've researched most of the other bits and bobs surrounding the NBA which confuse me but it doesn't seem easy to get information on the Draft for the Playoff sides (Probably because it's common sense if you've grown up with it). Anyway, cheers in advance. Oh, and, Go Spurs!! (P.S. If anyone has any influence over NBA fixture scheduling I'd appreciate it if you brought your tip off times forward say 6 or 7 hours. Some of the European NBA fans have jobs to do. Alternatively maybe you could let us have the Wizards. They don't seem to be up to much. You could have one of your games "On the road" over here) Thanks.
Answer: The 16 teams that go to playoffs are placed in a draft order depending on regular season record. For example, if the Heat have the best record in the NBA they get the last pick in the draft (30th) and if the, oh I don't know, the Bucks sneak into the playoffs as an eight seed and have the worst record of any playoff team they get the Th pick in the draft. (Lottery teams that didn't make the playoffs get picks 14-16). If you can't watch games but really want to use distrusts.eu it's a great website that I use to watch all the Celtic games. Go C's!
Does Anybody Know A Few High school Or NBA Basketball Documentaries About Players Life Or Hard Work?From Basketball Forum:
Does anybody know a few high school or NBA Basketball documentaries about players life or hard work? I want to know about different documentaries about players from the NBA , high school, or college and there hard work and lives. I've watched a few but I want to see more. I like documentaries on short players BTW, Lil. Thank You.
Answer: Coach Carter was a great movie based on a true story but its not about a NBA player but they guys go onto play college basketball and stuff its great More Than A Game a documentary on Le Bron James and his Th grade team threw high school
How Much Does NBA League Pass Cost And Is There A Deadline?From Basketball Forum:
How much does NBA League Pass cost and is there a deadline? I want to buy NBA League Pass, but I don't know how much it is and if there is a deadline in which I have to sign up before that date. Thanks a lot. Can anyone give me a site or official source telling me how much it is (to make sure there are no hidden fees or anything like that)
Answer: http://www.nba.com/nba_tv/league_pass.html also your cable company will most likely have a cheaper price. So call them and order it from them. I got it for $120 last year, 100% worth it, especially since you can get streaming video to your computer.
How Come Some College Players Succeed In The NBA While Others Fail?From Basketball Forum:
How come some college players succeed in the NBA while others fail? I don't understand why players like J.J. Red dick and Adam Morrison weren't as successful in the NBA as other rookie, like Der on Williams. Is it because they simply failed to adjust to the game or is it because of the teams they're on? I mean, I already have a feeling Tyler Hans borough won't make the transition from college to NBA while players like O.J. Mayo, Michael Beasley and Derrick Rose will very likely succeed. This appears to have happen in the past too, as many of the college record holders are complete unknowns in the NBA.
Answer: Not everyone can maintain the level of competition or handle the pressures of being in the NBA. Granted, every player drafted (Even Jame Brown LOL) was a great high school/college star, but there's always someone better. Health has a lot to do with it too.
How Can You Start A Petition To Allow Street Balers Or League Player To Participate In The NBA Dunk Contest?From Basketball Forum:
How can you start a petition to allow street balers or league player to participate in the NBA dunk contest? While the first half of the NBA season going on, whoever is sponsoring the dunk contest could have a nation wide tour/contest to see who will participate in the NBA dunk contest.
Answer: for starters just so u know where I'm co min from with this info, I'm a sports agent with several players in the NBA. it is impossible for non-nba players to participate in the dunk contest, D-League players are a different story, you could petition to the NBA commissioner's office because you are actually part of the the league, but anything under the NBA which includes the dunk contest is Legally Licensed to players who are contracted to the NBA or its Affiliates, in other words a referee has a better chance of being in the dunk contest then a street baller
What Is The Difference Between NBA K'S And NBA Live?From Basketball Forum:
What is the difference between NBA K's and NBA Live? Well I know that NBA live is a bit more expensive I think because that you can play it on line I think that's the only difference but I'm not sure. So let me know because I'm in the market for a basketball game.
Answer: You can play NBA K's on line too! Plus, it has My Player Mode which is awesome! Live doesn't have that mode. You should get NBA K'S, I have it and I'm very happy and it's my favorite game!
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