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As we prepare for the opening tip-off of the 2010-11 season, SportsBusiness Journal will outline the business storylines to watch at the NBA. Working with players on a new labor deal is just one of many business issues that has the league’s attention. SportsBusiness Journal will get the outlook from the team level to the league level, from television to social media, to corporate sponsorship, each element of the league’s business will be examined to see what they have in store to build enthusiasm and draw interest for the season ahead. Publishing Date: October 25 Ad Close: October 11 Materials Close: October 13.
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