Street vendors set up their stands before an NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Brooklyn Nets at Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City, Dec. 7, 2017. Some are convinced that the NBA’s ramped-up local initiatives mean a franchise in Mexico City is near, but plenty is happening to give any American professional sports league a measure of pause about expansion.
Street vendors set up their stands before an NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Brooklyn Nets at Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City, Dec. 7, 2017. Some are convinced that the NBA’s ramped-up local initiatives mean a franchise in Mexico City is near, but plenty is happening to give any American professional sports league a measure of pause about expansion. FRANCOIS PESANT The New York Times
Street vendors set up their stands before an NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Brooklyn Nets at Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City, Dec. 7, 2017. Some are convinced that the NBA’s ramped-up local initiatives mean a franchise in Mexico City is near, but plenty is happening to give any American professional sports league a measure of pause about expansion. FRANCOIS PESANT The New York Times

An NBA team in Mexico city: How realistic is that?

December 16, 2017 05:24 PM