Silly troll.<quoted text>
They are involved because it went public. No other reason. If the only reason is finances, why didn't the NBA try and get rid of him years ago? Why weren't finances the problem then? Hmm? There goes that reason. Try another?
Sorry Romper, if the publicity didn't affect their finances they wouldn't give a crap. It's their bottom line that counts. Their motivation is profit driven; that is why they are involved.$$$, the motive force. Romper does not understand the difference between a triggering event and a cause or motivation.
Romper, if you open a window and a bee flies in and stings you on your butt, your butt hurts because you got stung by a bee, not because you opened a window.
They are involved because it threatened their finances. Who ever claimed otherwise?(More of your inability to comprehend English).