The number of players on NBA rosters grew from 30 in 1985 to 32 today, and the number of teams is down to 10.
This means that each season there are fewer teams, and fewer fans.
But there are still plenty of good teams and good fans.
A few teams have gone through a similar process.
In the past, when teams competed for a championship, the winning team would win every single game in the league, and fans would attend every single home game.
But the NBA is no longer the NFL.
Today, the league awards championships to teams that are in the best position to win, rather than just the best of the best.
That means the winning teams get to play in front of their home crowds every night.
The number of games in the regular season is capped at 24 games, and teams play fewer than half their games in front at home, meaning they play only one or two games a week.
For a long time, teams were limited to a maximum of 16 games.
After the NBA expanded in 1988, the number was cut to 10, and each season the number went up to 24.
Then in 2009, the NBA introduced the “home court advantage,” which allows teams to play more games in their home arenas.
This means that a team can play only 20 games at home versus 24 in the postseason.
The difference between the number and the home court advantage is the number “home” teams play per game, and “away” teams don’t play at all.
In other words, if a team is playing a home game at home against a team playing a road game, it’s a home-field advantage.
The new home court rules will make it easier for teams to be competitive with each other, which is what will help them get to the conference finals.
It will also help them avoid the first round.