Spurs, Pistons give more bang for the buck
The fans have spoken and the Spurs, Mavericks and Pistons rule the NBA in their eyes. Insider breaks down this year's NBA Fan Satisfaction Rankings.
How is it possible, in an age of star over inflation, lavish spending and luxury taxes, that a team with one of the most conservative payrolls in the NBA, the San Antonio Spurs, and another team that doesn't have anyone making more than $6.5 million a year, the Detroit Pistons, rank in the top four of ESPN the Magazine's Fan Satisfaction Rankings while the two teams with the highest payrolls in the NBA -- the New York Knicks and Portland Trail Blazers -- rank 27th and 28th respectively?
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