16 teams spent themselves into bankruptcy in 2012. (Note to owners ... the NBA is not a good financial model.)
Only 6 teams are projected to turn a profit. Playoff-bound Atlanta and Washington are two of the six.
Skynet had a good season -- it put Minnesota and Detroit in the playoffs.
San Francisco led all teams by scoring 5.9 runs per game. Milwaukee only allowed 2.9 per game. Cleveland allowed 7.4 runs per game and lost 134 games!
Should trading with computer teams be allowed?
Yes, I want to stick it to Skynet (5 votes)
No, no, no (4 votes)
Ozzie Guillen (2 votes)
11 total votes