The NBA record book was opened in 1950, but it hasn’t been updated since.
Now, the NBA is taking over its records from the National Basketball Association and NBA Basketball Operations Committee (NBAC).
The NBAC has been in charge of the record books since 1993.
“The NBAC will continue to oversee and develop the NBA’s records, but the NBA will not have a record-keeping role,” NBAC President Jim Dolan said in a statement.
“The NBAA, however, will continue as a co-sponsor of the NBA Draft Lottery, which is one of the largest, most valuable and competitive sports prize pools in the world.”
The NBA is set to open the records book at 10 a.m.
ET (11 a.ms.
PT) on Tuesday.
It will be available for public viewing at the NBAC website.NBA records will be accessible to fans in three ways: 1) through an interactive interactive digital ticket, which will be free of charge for the first year of the project; 2) through the team’s official website, which includes detailed NBA team rosters, draft picks, roster stats and player stats; and 3) through a printed book, which was first released in 2007 and is available for purchase through NBAC stores.
The NBAA will also be offering free printings of the official book for the next three years, along with a $100 gift card.
The digital ticket will also cost $2.99, while the print version will be $9.99.
For fans who want to get in on the action, there will also have to be a subscription, which the NBAA said will be made available through a special online deal that will include access to all online content and a digital ticket.
The book will be open to anyone and anyone can view the books online, with the NBADE rating system and stats provided.
A print version is available.
The NBADC is set up to manage the records for the entire NBA, including the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the National Football League and the National Hockey League.