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The book focuses on, identifies, and analyzes various divisions and conferences of four professional sports leagues and their teams' historical regular season and postseason performances, and also provides a recent financial profile of them while being competitive, profitable or unprofitable, and well-known enterprises. The parent sports organizations are the American League and National League in Major League Baseball, American Football Conference and National Football Conference in the National Football League, and the Eastern and Western Conference each in the National Basketball Association and National Hockey League.
Contents: PrefaceAbout the AuthorAcknowledgementsAbbreviationsMajor League Baseball:American LeagueNational LeagueNational Basketball Association:Eastern ConferenceWestern ConferenceNational Football League:American Football ConferenceNational Football ConferenceNational Hockey League:Eastern ConferenceWestern ConferenceConclusionAppendix: TablesBibliographyIndex
Readership: Students and academicians specializing in Sports Business, Sports Economics, Sports Finance, and Sports Management in college and university; prospective owners and executives of franchises in each sport and investors in these organizations; sports leagues' commissioners and their staff; practitioners and college professors who research and teach graduate and undergraduate courses regarding the sports industry; and dedicated sports fans of all ages especially interested in the business, growth, and future of their team.
Keywords:Professional Sports Leagues;Professional Sports Teams;Sports Business;Sports EconomicsReview:Key Features:Includes current, elite, and popular American professional sports organizationsDiscusses each team's development, history, and successReveals sports franchises' market power and their commercial value and net worth among others in the industry