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978-1-4985-4799-4 • Hardback • February 2017 • $122.00 • (£94.00)
978-1-4985-4800-7 • eBook • February 2017 • $115.50 • (£89.00)
Frank P. Jozsa Jr. is a retired professor of economics and business administration from Pfeiffer University.
1 Atlantic Division
2 Central Division
3 Southeast Division
4 Northwest Division
5 Pacific Division
6 Southwest Division
National Basketball Association Franchises: Team Performance and Financial Success will be a valuable addition to the book collection of any NBA fan. While it offers a brief history of each franchise, the book's greatest value comes in serving as a compendium of historical data evaluating each team's performance—both on the court and in the front office.
— Fred Smith, Davidson College
Frank Jozas’ research in National Basketball Association Franchises: Team Performance and Financial Success is thorough and relevant as he details each NBA franchise’s on-court successes in conjunction with their front office finances. He examines the Magic-Bird era and its impact on the franchises as well as the controversial HB2 law and its bearing on the Charlotte Hornets with the relocation of the 2017 NBA All Star Game.
— Duane Aagaard, Pfeiffer University