College basketball is a tough game to watch, but it’s especially tough to watch during the college basketball season.
That’s because, as the NBA’s commissioner said this week, the college game is too popular.
“If we were going to make the college sports season much less popular, we should do it during the summer, during the offseason,” Commissioner Adam Silver said during a press conference at the University of Southern California.
If the NBA and NCAA want to make college basketball more appealing to fans, they can do it with the NBA playoffs, which start on Sunday.
There are several reasons for this.
First, if you want to watch college basketball during the season, you should watch the preseason.
The preseason has been one of the best basketball seasons ever for college basketball.
It’s also the most expensive.
The preseason has become one of college basketball’s most expensive sports in recent memory.
The average cost per ticket for a game is around $20 per game, according to ESPN’s ticket price tracker.
The NBA’s average ticket price for an average game was $15, according for ESPN.
That means a college basketball fan can watch nearly $60,000 worth of college games in the preseason alone, according the website Bovada.
Secondly, the NBA is spending more money on its college teams than ever.
In 2018, the league spent $9.3 million on college teams.
That was more than three times the amount it spent on all other sports combined, according a report by USA Today.
That’s more than the total amount the league spends on all NFL teams.
In 2018, NBA teams spent $1.7 million more on the regular season than they did in 2017, according USA Today, while the NFL spent just $1 million more.
The NBA is trying to get a lot more attention during the preseason with the College GameDay Experience, which was launched in 2021.
The College GameTime Experience is the biggest college basketball promotion in recent history, according ESPN’s Darren Rovell.
This summer, it will air on ESPN2 in the evening and on ESPNU on Saturdays.
The experience has attracted a lot of attention for the NFL and NBA, and it’s already drawing some attention for college hoops.
For the first time ever, ESPN and ESPNU will air the entire 2017-18 regular season on Sunday nights, and they’re not letting the games go by without a full recap of every game.
This year, ESPN is showing the first full recap in two years, and ESPN and the NBA have partnered to air the 2017-2018 season on Sundays, starting on March 8.
That will mean that the NBA will have one of its longest-running college basketball broadcasts of all time.
The CollegeGameDay Experience will air its first game of the 2017 season on March 28, and the entire NBA season will air simultaneously on March 9, 2019.
It will be the first game in NBA history to air in both the evening hours and on Sundays.
It’ll also be the longest-ever NBA broadcast.
The college game season is now expected to generate around $200 million in ticket sales in the United States.