endorsements and sponsors
Just like you, every other week
Yes they do
Each NBA franchise has a different salary allotment that they use to pay employees. This pay will vary depending on the money that is available.
NBA players receive two pay checks a month are 1 pay check every two weeks. -KC3
no they don't because they get a ring whenever they win a championship
NBA players are paid for playing. Owners buy their franchises. People buy tickets. They make a lot of money.
That depends on the situation. If the player is sponsored by the shoe company, the company will pay for the shoes. Sometimes the players pay for them, and other times the team does.
NBA players sign a contract when deciding to play for that team. Then the general manager of that team gives the player a check.
First of all, the teams pay the players. The teams get the money from advertisements/sale from tickets. There are many other ways, but use your head to figure it out.
According to experts, the minimum pay for National Basketball Association players is approximately $490,180 for a player with no industry experience.
It's where the NBA players think they don't get enough money from the managers and the managers won't pay them more so in return the players say they aren't gonna play basketball and go on strike. This continues until an agreement between the players and managers is reached and the players start to play again.