The value of all NBA franchises in 2022

The franchises NBA see their own value from year to year.

Not even the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have stopped the NBA’s growth process. This is also evidenced by the recent case of the Phoenix Suns, for whom a 3 billion bid was submitted. The value of the Suns grew 50 percent in one year, making the Arizona franchise the 13th largest in the NBA.

The first place in the 2022 rankings compiled by Sporty is the Golden State Warriors ($7.56 billion) who overtook the New York Knicks (6.58), third the Lakers with 6.44. Abysmal distance with fourth, the Bulls (4.09), then Celtics (3.92) and Nets (3.86). The New Orleans Pelicans are the team worth the least (1.63 billion), “slightly” less than the Grizzlies (1.67).

This is the complete ranking with growth percentages on an annual basis.

Team 2022 Valuation 1-Year Value Increase
1 Golden State Warriors $7.56 billion 25%
2 New York Knicks $6.58 billion 8%
3 Los Angeles Lakers $6.44 billion 14%
4 Chicago Bulls $4.09 billion 16%
5 Boston Celtics $3.92 billion 14%
6 Brooklyn Nets $3.86 billion 7%
7 Los Angeles Clippers $3.73 billion 18%
8 Toronto Raptors $3.34 billion 22%
9 Houston Rockets $3.3 billion 18%
10 Dallas Mavericks $3.26 billion 20%
11 Philadelphia 76ers $3.21 billion 20%
12 Miami Heat $3.2 billion 29%
13 Phoenix Suns $3 billion 56%
14 Washington Wizards $2.7 billion 25%
15 Milwaukee Bucks $2.43 billion 23%
16 Sacramento Kings $2.32 billion 13%
17 Portland Trail Blazers $2.29 billion 11%
18 Atlanta Hawks $2.19 billion 20%
19 San Antonio Spurs $2.16 billion 5%
20 Utah Jazz $2.15 billion 21%
21 Denver Nuggets $2.13 billion 14%
22 Indiana Pacers $2.02 billion 12%
23 Cleveland Cavaliers $1.95 billion 11%
24 Orlando Magic $1.91 billion 13%
25 Detroit Pistons $1.82 billion 5%
26 Charlotte Hornets $1.77 billion 11%
27 Oklahoma City Thunder $1.75 billion 5%
28 Minnesota Timberwolves $1.7 billion 8%
29 Memphis Grizzlies $1.67 billion 9%
30 New Orleans Pelicans $1.63 billion 8%
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