What if ...
The current, past, and future ABA Owners, united together, to form a NEW ABA, with the goal of submitting a business proposal to the NBA about making a sizeable $__ donation to the NBA, in return for a REVOCATION of the current ABA license, currently held by the existing ABA CEO & Partner(s), and then granting the license to the NEW ABA?
Just think of the possibilities my friends ... Plus, owners could actually have a $slice of the ownership of the license.
And NOT that the NBA would be open to the proposition above, in any shape, form, fashion or communication ...
But you know how conspiracy theories are the thing to write/talk about these days
Note to Minor League Basketball Fans across America: Wouldn't you like a NEW ABA CEO today!
Reason: NBA Lawyers are to be feared. Plus, they can read everything about the ABA and it's CEO right here at OSC!
I just am astounded to the point of speechlessness about his latest venture where he will go and "help" ( term HELP used as facesiously and comically as possible ) so minor league team grow their business.
"If games are missed, it hurts no one" ...... ABA CEO Joe Newman 2/9/09
Due to numerous threats of legal action from certain people.......all of the above is my opinion only and it should be noted that I have never invested in the ABA. It is simply one mans opinion.
Wouldn't work. Mr. Newman, Mr. Tinkham and allies control more than 50 percent of the shares. They have shown time and again they're not interested in losing control of the league.
Thats exactly what I was about to share with everyone. They own at least 51%, so your TAKEOVER plan would only cost alot of money with a ending result of having alot of shares.
Then it sounds like the ABA present, past, and future owners should seek out some "friends of the NBA" and have a TEXAS BBQ ...
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Exactly my thoughts. How deceptive. I never would have given this thread a second thought otherwise.